nonmotorized

nonmotorized

(ˌnɒnˈməʊtəˌraɪzd) or

nonmotorised

adj
(Automotive Engineering) not equipped with a motor
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This corridor has the potential to be developed into a nonmotorized, multiuse trail, with the possibility of connecting the villages of Manchester and Brooklyn in the future.
In 2011, the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) launched the Minnesota Bicycle and Pedestrian Counting Initiative, a statewide, collaborative effort to encourage and support the monitoring of nonmotorized traffic.
The award honors a person (or people) who has made significant contributions to nonmotorized trails in Oregon.
As the group put it, the idea is to reclaim the roads for the carless citizens by allotting half of Metro Manila roads for nonmotorized transport-and alter the prevailing mind-set that roads are only for motorized vehicles.
These cities have a low level of public transportation use and rely to a correspondingly greater extent on nonmotorized vehicle (pedestrian and bicycle).
As global mean temperatures increase and urbanization continues, however, nonmotorized trips that entail physical exertion outdoors will likely account for substantial portions of some individuals' overall exposure to dangerously high temperatures.
Restricting the area to nonmotorized traffic during the summer months contributes to its distinctive ambience.
Methods to incorporate nonmotorized volume data as a regular practice only were introduced to the Federal Highway Administration's Traffic Monitoring Guide in 2013 (U.
from scalping and being made ugly, and about keeping lands and waters for solitude and nonmotorized recreation' (p.
Almost 15 years in the planning, the River Mountains Loop Trail is Las Vegas' longest nonmotorized trail and perhaps the nation's premier high-desert ride.
Registered two-wheeled motorized dirt bikes are allowed on the west side of the French River, but not on the east side, which is only for nonmotorized recreation," she said.
Elites, environmentalists, and other socialists want the working classes bound up in densely packed towers of small apartments with no cars so that the vast wilderness can be preserved for their mansions and nonmotorized recreational use.