pedway

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ped·way

 (pĕd′wā′)
n.
1. A walkway that is usually located underground or enclosed and elevated over a street to avoid intersecting vehicular traffic.
2. A network of such walkways.

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The student class-to-class rush is also eased by the pedways.
The at-grade pedway system planning began in the mid-1990s, with the interior loop completed in 2004.
Despite Moostoos' explanation that in his job as an outreach worker with Boyle Street Community Services he worked with people, who had been banned and had criminal records, and despite a conversation with the security guards' supervisor, Moostoos was presented with an order banning him for six months from Oxford Properties: Edmonton City Centre east and west, all connecting pedways, Oxford Towers, Toronto Dominion Tower, the Delta Hotel and four related parkades.
Dubai After putting a fully integrated public transport system in place, Dubai is now planning to build climate controlled pedways to link major buildings to promote a walking culture.
Apart from the existing and planned air-conditioned pedestrian crossings, we are planning to build air-conditioned pedways to link major buildings, shopping centres, Metro stations and bus stations.
Since 1995, Hindman has presided over the construction of nearly 100 miles of side trails, pedways and bike paths that loop through Columbia making it one of the most pedestrian-friendly cities in the nation.
surveillance towers, citadels and pedways, tourist-bubble theme parks and panopticonic shopping malls, residential enclaves like hardened missile silos and libraries like dry-docked dreadnoughts.
Skip the motorized pedways, escalators and elevators at the airport.
in surveillance towers and corporate citadels, elevated pedways and subterranean concourses, "tourist bubble" theme parks and panopticonic shopping malls, residential enclaves like hardened missile silos and libraries like dry-docked dreadnoughts.
Have students create a drawing of the exterior of an imaginary form of architecture underground, in space, or underwater including, but not limited to, the following architectural features: domes, walkways, collapsible furniture, floating architecture, cascading facades and pedways.
The Complex is an Energy Star rated 910,000 square foot office complex encompassing three 12-story towers inter-connected by pedways to a multi-level retail concourse known for its many amenities.
There is no need to take a cab or a shuttle bus since the hotel is connected to the airport terminals by underground pedways.