underpass


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underpass

1. a section of a road that passes under another road, railway line, etc.
2. another word for subway
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The 362 metre-long underpass with two lanes in each direction connects with 428 metre-long section of Al Rayyan Al Jadeed Street, and 210 metre-long section of Al Shahama Street, and will accommodate up to 4000 vehicles per hour
They immediately cordoned off the area and blocked the traffic towards the underpass from Thokar Niaz Beg.
The underpass will help improve the flow of traffic on Gurumangat Road,' he said.
The underpass, named after China's capital city of Beijing, was inaugurated by Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday on Lahore's Canal Road.
And, three or four times a year, a sanitation company contracted by the city uses power washers in the underpass.
Cleofas said the 419-meter long underpass road would start after the Dumacaa bridge and end before the approach of the Iyam bridge.
The following subsections provide detail on proposed RPMs for flyover and underpass respectively.
Fourthly, this underpass is become a place of dirt and pollution due to not cleaning of this underpass from relevant department .
She is a third year contemporary art and illustration student and said: "Having the opportunity to be a part of this project feels very rewarding, as the underpass will become something that the Slaithwaite community can enjoy, as well as giving myself the experience that will benefit me as an art student.
Evidence exists that wildlife readily utilize underpass structures (Ng et al.
Yunuslar underpass, located in Halkapynar, submerged under water.
In the late sixties a huge underpass and roundabout were developed, creating the massive junction many know today.