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  • The Alliance's division of 50 street cleaners then deploys for a curb-to-curb cleaning of Broadway for the morning of the parade, Timpone said, to remove "anything that can be used as missiles or anything that people could stand on and put themselves in danger as well as other people."

    Planning a Parade in Secret

  • Recall, recall, recall, throngs of demonstrators chanted as they packed the streets curb-to-curb.

    Tens of thousands rally, look to future in Wisconsin

  • Assuming 15′ sidewalks, the curb-to-curb distance is 69′ feet, accommodating six lanes of traffic with off-peak curb side parking.

    Olympic Line (short) closure notice « Stephen Rees's blog

  • My suggestions that centred on the design of the curb-to-curb spaces on both Broadway and on Commercial were… well, dismissed by staff that nonetheless still respect and count among my friends and colegues.

    Olympic Line (short) closure notice « Stephen Rees's blog

  • I turned the video around and found, WOW! you could see way back down all the way to Madison Square back at 23rd; then Jesse Jackson noticed it and stopped the march and everybody looked around and saw the block after block of curb-to-curb marchers, a million, god-dammit; I guarantee you there were a million people at this march, and damn, I could easily be short on that.

    Freedom on the March

  • According to police, the Slidell man became the target of the violent outburst after he accidentally stepped on the foot of the still-unidentified gunman amid the curb-to-curb human gridlock where foot traffic is funneled from Canal Street into the French Quarter.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • The taxi backed off and pulled a wide curb-to-curb turn in the road.

    Running Blind

  • "We don't have to plow around parked cars and it's a street we don't have to come back to once the cars are moved so we can plow curb-to-curb," she said.

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • Counties oversee rides given by volunteers, public transit and taxi-style service that usually is curb-to-curb, and then bill the state.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • On primary and arterial streets, crews plow curb-to-curb and work around the clock to remove snow and apply salt.

    BlogKC

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