- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pedestrianise.
“The redesigning of the Broadway Street for "pedestrianising" it during peak usage hours is one of the important components of the project.”
“Last October, in a pilot scheme pedestrianising part of the area between 8pm and 4am, with the aim of reducing congestion and thus the number of potential flashpoints, serious violent crime fell by a third.”
“Amongst other things this involved pedestrianising the south side of the square and installing a series of fountains.”
“Dr Kitchiner seems to have been much frightened by Mr Shepherd's picture of a storm in a puddle, and proposes a plan of alleviation of one great inconvenience of pedestrianising.”
“Carlisle Renaissance first suggested pedestrianising and landscaping the square.”
“The proposal, linked to the now-defunct plan to run trams on Oxford Street, advocated pedestrianising part of the junction, turning the roundabout into a tram terminus, and knocking down Sixties blocks on its north side.”
“His first major coup was pedestrianising the main central shopping street in 1972 - in a weekend.”
“On the contrary, I had early dispensed with the aid of steam, to wander on foot, with the occasional assistance of a lazy country diligence or rickety _einspanner_, through the many beautiful districts that lie upon either bank of the river; pedestrianising in Rhenish Bavaria, losing myself in the Odenwald, and pausing, when occasion offered, to pick a trout out of the numerous streamlets that dash and meander through dell and ravine, on their way to swell the waters of old Father Rhine.”
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