- n. Plural form of sidewalk.
“•Build and maintain sidewalks and street crossings to create a safe walking environment, connecting to schools, parks and other places.”
“Not only that, but the dirty little secret of putting in sidewalks - at least in residential areas - is that it will construed, in many cases, as "taking" property, because many people have built out into the city ROW through the years.”
“Comparing maintenance paving (lane miles) to construction of new sidewalks is apples to oranges.”
“Researchers have recently discovered that a commonly used sealant found on our parking lots, driveways and sidewalks is actually a harmful carcinogen.”
“Fish said one idea would split parts of certain sidewalks into two or three zones.”
“Some curbcuts (ramps in sidewalks) were cleared, while others were not, making crossing to the sidewalk on the other side of the street unsafe.”
“In the near future technology that uses static or kinetic energy in sidewalks to power buildings in heavily trafficked cities could be plausible.”
“This is live and, God willing, everyone will hear me: We are not interested in sidewalks, water services or anything else.”
“Obviously a lack of sidewalks is a problem, but in general cities in the south seem to be more spread out making people’s homes far from where they work.”
“Thank you both for guessing, the Haller Lake area was annexed with an agreement from Seattle to put in sidewalks.”
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