single-lane


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Adj.1.single-lane - (of roads) having a single lane for traffic in both directions; when vehicles meet one must pull off the road to let the other pass
multilane - (of roads and highways) having two or more lanes for traffic
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Replacement of single-lane timber bridge with single lane concrete structure (Reinforced Concrete Box Culvert or similar) and approaches to current engineering standards.
There is a memorial to the 38th Division nearby on a rough single-lane road.
2011, single-lane, alternating traffic will be directed through the widened portion of the existing bridge while the southbound lane of the new bridge is under construction.
Expect intermittent daytime single-lane closures throughout the week.
Then Kirklees Council decided to make alterations - such as these above-mentioned roads - and good two-lane or wide single-lane highways were reduced to being quite narrow single lanes.
The North East has just 36 miles of motorway, while 90 per cent of roads in the South West, a popular tourist destination, are single-lane.
We are moving from single-lane roads in the sky to multilane air highways.
And I will not miss that one narrow single-lane curving ramp that connects the eastbound Pasadena Freeway to the 5 northbound.
The main bottleneck was due to single-lane restrictions as traffic headed west through the Penmaenbach tunnel.
A1 safety campaigners are planning to meet for the first time in over three years, to renew pressure on the Government to dual the North-East's notorious single-lane trunk road.
Police and ambulance crews were called to the single-lane stretch of the A1 at Beal, near the busy Holy Island junction in Northumberland, following the four-car pile-up on Saturday.
Of the Windward Highway; realignment of the road at six locations, widening and lining of the Byera tunnel to allow for single-lane pedestrian access and rehabilitation of 13 bridges.