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sidewalk

US and Canadian a hard-surfaced path for pedestrians alongside and a little higher than a road

Sidewalk

Walkway along the side of a road, or leading to a building, usually constructed of flagstone, brick, or concrete.

sidewalk

[′sīd‚wȯk]
(civil engineering)
A walkway for pedestrians on the side of a street or road.
A foot pavement.

sidewalk

A paved footwalk at the side of a street or roadway.

Sidewalk

(1) See Sidewalk Labs.

(2) A Microsoft service that was launched in 1997 to provide online arts and entertainment guides on the Web for major cities worldwide. In 1999, Microsoft sold Sidewalk to Ticketmaster, which continued to provide guides, ticketing and other information to the MSN network.
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Additional attractions for the whole family during the weekend include: sidewalk street chalk designs by local artists, surprise pop-up vendors, and the annual Cars & Cigars fundraiser outside Neumann's Cigars & More store in conjunction with the Kildeer Police Department, from noon to 4 p.m.
The Phnom Penh Municipal Hall is set to beautify public sidewalks along Russian Federation Boulevard, including relaying tactile paving to support the mobilisation of the disabled.
"The country's sidewalks have become so crowded with stores and stalls selling food or rendering various kinds of services, so much that pedestrians have no choice but to walk roadside, exposed to all kinds of road hazards.
"Our Board has approved an agreement with Sidewalk Labs to create an innovative plan focused on Quayside, a new community being imagined on Toronto's waterfront," the company tweeted Tuesday.
Sidewalk assumes they will navigate more precisely and obey traffic laws more consistently than human drivers, so it wants to put narrower lanes in Quayside and carve out more room for sidewalks and parks.
Rather than sidewalks in the city as disorderly, she shows why they are better understood as 'mixed-use public spaces', a perspective that may lead to better design and management policies (p.
Sidewalk City illuminates the multiple dimensions of everyday sidewalk practices in HCMC and, in doing so, it awakens the reader's gaze and shifts it on to the most pedestrian public spaces in cities.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the owner of real property abutting any sidewalk, including, but not limited to, the intersection quadrant for corner property, shall be liable for any ...
4 -- Imperial Homebuilders, LLC, 5 Louise St., for an unshoveled sidewalk.
Though sidewalks are generally smooth and level after installation, it is easy to overlook small and potentially harmful changes over a period of time.
Another example in the guide details a distinct approach to sidewalk inspection through the use of volunteers.
On a recent walk around downtown, Laurence and city code analyst Steve McGuire used a tape measure to show the area's different sidewalk widths.