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street furniture

n
(Civil Engineering) pieces of equipment, such as streetlights and pillar boxes, placed in the street for the benefit of the public
Translations
mobilier urbain
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Tenders are invited for for Bituminous Overlay, CI PR, Micro-surfacing & Road Furniture Works from Km 150+050 to Km 251+325 of Pune Sholapur Road Project, in the State of Maharashtra - Length 101 Kms (404 lane-km) road stretch developed by Pune Sholapur Road Development Company Limited.
Burglars targeted Coast Road Furniture's warehouse in Oakenholt near Flint between last Tuesday evening and last Thursday morning (April 16-18), stealing more than PS8,000 of stock due to be delivered to customers.
Burglars targeted Coast Road Furniture's warehouse in Oakenholt near Flint between Tuesday evening and Thursday morning, stealing more than PS8,000 of stock due to be delivered to customers.
ISLAMABAD -- The ad nauseam version-financial constraints-for every stalled development work of the city may lead to some incidents in '2019' if appropriate action was not initiated for installation of traffic related road furniture on the major avenues and thoroughfares which had constantly been pointed out by Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) over the years.
A spokeswoman for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said: "It was a road traffic collision involving a car that drove into a parked car and some road furniture.
The Engineering Wing of the Capital Development Authority (CDA) held a meeting after receiving a letter from the Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) on Tuesday which pointed to serious road furniture deficiency and faulty signals.
Driver ran off before we arrived, they were lucky not to have serious injuries from the railings!" Later on that night another lone car was involved in a smash with "road furniture" in Wood Lane, Erdington, at 11.15pm.
LAUREN RALPH LAUREN HOME'S WILLOWWOOD ROAD FURNITURE collection recently launched exclusively at Havertys.
The crossing is to be given listed status, the first time the accolade has been given to a piece of road furniture, reports the Telegraph.
In January I wrote to the Examiner pleading for Kirklees to spend its money wisely by prioritising road surface repairs after the winter as opposed to road redesigns involving expensive road furniture such as build-outs, bus lanes, humps, plateaux, speed cameras and the like.
Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) and Al Nawares Company (Seagulls) signed a road furniture agreement to promote and improve the usage of the public transportation modes by providing modern, civilized, and attractive bus stations.
Wesurely are the only country in the world that would put up with speed cameras, speed bumps and all the other paraphernalia that goes tomake up the road furniture that Britian's motorists have to endure.