- adj. having a lane for traffic in each direction and a center lane for passing
“Driving in general is surreal as you can find yourself on a three-lane superhighway set against majestic vistas and courteous drivers who actually use their turn signals.”
“Then there is a drive for several miles along a new three-lane highway.”
“The latest and greatest example is Andy Stanley's Northpoint Community Church, who recently raised five million dollars to build their own three-lane overpass so that they could keep parking-lot-exit-times under thirty minutes.”
“But this season also brings the emergence from hibernation of the fair-weather cyclists—thousands of them, wobbling into three-lane underpasses with one arm out, overtaking bendy buses on the inside, or weaving home drunk aboard a "Boris Bike" hired on a whim.”
“Driving in the city you basically jettison the rules, especially on three-lane arteries such as the Grand Central Parkway or the West Side Highway.”
“Driving around town last week, I passed a man rollerblading down the center of a busy three-lane road.”
“There are no crosswalks at the intersection and the three-lane road is dark in that area, Copeland said.”
“The driver keeps his eyes focused steadily on the three-lane superhighway.”
“When we were older we tended to get creative with non-creative toys – for instance a three-lane figure 8 road race set “we just had to have” one Christmas, we grew bored with after our first 100 lap race and we converted it into a drag-strip with which we crashed our roadrace cars into the models we had put together over the years.”
“Jones was the best placed on GC at 6: 13 and the chasing pack kept the gap sub 1: 30 as they rolled over a series of quarter-mile-long ramps on the three-lane SR 248.”
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