Definition of Footway. Meaning of Footway. Synonyms of Footway

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Definition of Footway

Footway
Footway Foot"way`, n. A passage for pedestrians only.

Meaning of Footway from wikipedia

- (American English) or pavement (British English), also known as a footpath or footway, is a path along the side of a road. It is often constructed of concrete...
- columns are usually found on the front of the building forming the fiveI footway. The columns in Gedung Kuning placed along Kandahar Street formed the fiveIfootway...
- Mazarredo. Local authorities temporarily installed a further scaffolding footway joining the bridge and Mazarredo street, but removed it under protests...
- s****. It has a pedestrian footway on each side, but no dedicated lane for bicycles. However, steps to the pedestrian footway have recently been replaced...
- waiting restrictions apply to the road (which includes the carriageway, footway and verge). A driver may stop for p****engers to board or alight and to...
- separate arched footways on both sides, has largely disappeared. The remaining gateway which we see today is the south-side arched footway; however, the...
- The general appearance of such a metalled road and footway is shown in an existing street of Pompeii. Native earth, leveled and, if necessary, rammed...
- pavements in Whitehall". Trials were made of the pavement in 1838 on the footway in Whitehall, the stable at Knightsbridge Barracks, "and subsequently on...
- (S'Archittu) which encloses the beach, easily reachable by walk via a footway; during summer nights the arch is illuminated. The top of the arch is used...
- steel box girder of aerofoil shape with cantilevered cycle tracks and footway supported from the box. The shape of the bridge was determined by the designers...
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