layby


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Noun1.layby - designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarilylayby - designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily
area - a part of a structure having some specific characteristic or function; "the spacious cooking area provided plenty of room for servants"
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The shop is at the Longhaven layby on the A90 Aberdeen to Peterhead road.
A retrospective planning application for change of use of open space to form layby parking plus the construction of a new path and retaining wall was lodged.
Hidden off a layby on the A4169 near Horsehay, tonnes of refuse has been left to rot on a small hill concealed from the road.
It will travel westbound to J32 where it will take the A5026 slip road to a large layby and park up overnight.
THE driver of this van had a lucky escape when he hit a parked wagon on an A19 layby.
A BMW driver "bizarrely" stopped his car in a layby, stripped naked and simulated sex near the wheel, a court has heard.
Nigel Li, 32, was involved in a row with a van driver when they pulled over into a layby just before he was hit by a passing car on a busy dual carriageway.
On Monday, Young, 39, pleaded guilty to careless driving and was given five penalty points, resulting in a six-month driving ban under the totting-up procedure, after crashing into Hogarth's parked car in a layby on the A68 near Earlston on the Scottish Borders on January 21.
Work started back in November, but prior to that, the former terminus for the number 10 bus was a layby around the junction.
Charles Ingram - who became known as the "A9 man" - was evicted from layby 52 near Blair Atholl in September 2015.