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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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'It will be an open underpass with only a small portion of the tunnel at the junction between Burmah Road with Gottlieb Road,' he said in a press conference held to reveal details about the project after affected Mount Erskine residents protested against the project.
'This is really, really petty now,' said Kashmir Underpass, while speaking to The Dependent.
'In recognition of his meritorious contribution for the country, the New Campus Underpass was named after him in March 2013 by the Punjab government...,' said a press release issued by the foundation.
While admitting that identifying the culprit is difficult as there was no traffic camera at the underpass, Nebrija said they are currently looking into other options.
"We didn't pay attention to the level of water at the underpass. That is why we got stuck there, only the roof of the car was above the water.
If permission to construct an underpass on Daudpota Road and Aga Khan III Road intersections is granted, it will take eight months to work on the project, while the underground tunnel from Taj Medical Complex to Tibet Centre could take a whole year, he said.
LIVE: City Hall underpass being cleared of any obstruction
The P724-million underpass involved the construction of service road and transition approaches, drainage facilities, and pumping station.
Tory councillors had sought assurances at a full Stirling Council meeting in May over how the 10 new deployable cameras would be used and were assured that other cameras - not the new deployables - would be located in city underpasses.
These bridges and underpass will be constructed under Annual Development Program.
"The reconstruction of this underpass is the first step towards creating a new transport and social junction in Bratislava, at Trnavskeacute Myacuteto."Shops and green spaces added The underpass will now be monitored 24 hours a day by camera systems and security services.
And because there are so few ways to get to the stadium on foot, thousands pour through the underpass beneath the A66 - which connects Middlesbrough town centre close to Cineworld and the France Street car park to the ground - before and after matches.