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kerbside

(ˈkɜːbˌsaɪd)
n
a. the edge of a pavement where it drops to the level of the road
b. (as modifier): kerbside rubbish collections.
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So in addition to the new curbsides, it will include a 35-acre commercial development, the SkyCenter, next to the new rental car center.
But first, the curbsides. Eight new lanes, four for arrivals and four for departures, are expected to make their debut on the blue side of the terminal in 2022.
Tampa International kicked off a $187 million project to double the number of curbside lanes from 16 to 32 over the next five years.The project, part of the second phase of the airport's $2 billion master plan, is designed to create a new set of dedicated lanes for passengers who have only carry-on bags next to the existing curbside lanes, which will be for passengers who need to load or unload checked baggage.
Carefully planned airport curbsides are vital parts of an effectively managed airport.
Until 2010, there had been a lack of clear guidelines for analysis of airport curbsides. ACRP Report 40 addressed this shortcoming by developing the Quick Analysis Tool for Airport Roadways (QATAR), a simple macroscopic queuing model for analyzing curbside and weaving sections of airport roadways [1].
Johnson, "Development and application of a dynamic simulation model for airport curbsides," in The 2020 Vision of Air Transportation-Emerging Issues and Innovative Solutions, pp.
* Add PET and HDPE plastic bottles to the curbsides collection; and
The report's executive summary reads, "After collection and processing, we estimated that there was a net increase of all materials recovered in curbside recycling of between 1-3 percent.
Baled plastic collected at curbsides is piling up in warehouses, scrap yards and, yes, even landfills, because markets haven't kept pace with exploding municipal collection programs.
Recyclers themselves are said to be "downblending" curbside material with off-spec virgin or industrial scrap to offer a more cost-competitive product.
The Waiting Area is designed to reduce congestion on the upper level roadway of Terminal E, where construction has taken away almost half of the curbside passenger pickup space.
Permanent and temporary signs will direct drivers to the waiting area, conveniently located on the infield parking section of Terminal E, a two-minute drive from most curbside pickup locations.