- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pedestrianize.
“Derelict for 70 years, the site is adjacent to another redevelopment, the Crown Estate's transformation of the Regent Palace Hotel, which will see the historic hotel turned into shops, offices and residences, as well as a new pedestrianized arcade meant to help invigorate the slightly shabby area.”
“I love these turnings, and now, in these years of change and prosperity, I love the untidy crowds in the streets, the idea of a night not finished, the Garda car edging its way along the pedestrianized street with young Gardaí looking out at us suspiciously as though they were thinking of having furtive sex with us.”
“Indeed, it is often the cities not making the ranks that can be the most lively and exciting, even if their cafes still use white plastic chairs and the streets aren't pedestrianized.”
“Like Carnaby Street in London, it had become a pedestrianized parade for tourists and migrants.”
“Cities that want traffic calming and pedestrianized streets are turning to LRT/trams to fulfill their wishes.”
“Gothamist has your first look at the newly pedestrianized stretch of Broadway between 42nd and 47th Streets.”
“A lot of the town has been pedestrianized and most of the roads are lined with cafes and restaurants, some of them leading into historic basements or bordering some building that looks like it should be in Fantasy Land.”
“In fact, did you know that the spot were Alexis Grigoropoulos was killed, is a pedestrianized road were young people frequently hang out, and right next to that spot where the two policemen were allegedly ‘attacked’ are a number of cafes frequented by people of all ages and backgrounds?”
“Small and independent businesses would disappear, and most of the middle class would be pedestrianized.”
“In the pedestrianized areas of Piazza Castello you may feel out of place for wearing shoes instead of slippers.”
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