curb cut

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curb cut

n.
A small ramp built into the curb of a sidewalk to ease passage to the street, especially for bicyclists, pedestrians with baby carriages, and people using wheelchairs.
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Spanning 29,029 s/f, the building has four curb cuts and entrances.
saw cut full depth 1ft from edge of existing asphalt pavement for tie-in gosling road; 5867 lf of 4" by 12" concrete curb, complete in place; 1241 lf of 6" concrete curb; 95 lf of 6" concrete curb and curb cuts at asphlat transition; 120 lf of 6" pvc schedule 40 irrigation sleeves.
The building is located on the back corner of the property with easy ingress and egress from three separate curb cuts.
The management seemed to think that providing parking with curb cuts and a low peephole in the door was sufficient.
Curb cuts disappear into snowbanks or are crusted over by the sludge of plow residue.
It was accessible sidewalk all the way, except for nonexistent curb cuts on either side of Ratzor Road.
Our Aultman Alternatives (Seniors Group) recommended duplicating tasks of daily living," says Erica Ohler, project engineer, "which resulted in the design and construction of several interactive vignettes, including a parking area with a real car, street crossings and curb cuts, a gas station, a diner, and a grocery store.
Bruce Feitelberg would really have a horse laugh if he came up here to the 118 Freeway and Topanga Canyon Boulevard in Chatsworth to view the four curb cuts made into the on- and off-ramps.
Providing accessible parking spaces, ramps and curb cuts.
However, curb cuts also make life easier for cyclists, roller bladers, skate boarders, and people pushing small children in strollers.
But we also have veto power over major roads and curb cuts, which will allow us to keep a handle on development along roads that are built.
Under existing regulations, public entities were required to complete all necessary curb cuts by January 26, 1995.