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Word: pedestrian

Definition: ordinary; dull; unimaginative(lacking in imagination); going on foot; Ex. pedestrian prose; N.

Sentences Containing 'pedestrian'

"All this (Bogotá's) pedestrian infrastructure shows respect for human dignity.
A neighborhood or new town utilizing NP is called a Pedestrian Village.
Also a pedestrian link was opened at that time via the Altenbergsteg bridge below the site of the Kornhaus road bridge (which was completed in 1898).
Although regarding him a certain England selection in the future, critics thought Hutton slightly dull and pedestrian.
Based on academic search, various studies have been conducted regarding the existence of racial profiling in traffic and pedestrian stops.
Between 1980 and 1990 the streets in the town centre were converted to pedestrian zones.
Both are reached from the station's eastern pedestrian underpass, which is longer than the other two underpasses.
Both of these streets are pedestrian malls between William Street and Barrack Street.
Gellius states that his works as not particularly worth reading due to being pedestrian.
High-speed motor traffic is segregated from pedestrian and leisure cycling traffic, which uses the alternative Milton Keynes redway system.
Houses faced pedestrian lanes that ranged between 3 and 10 feet wide.
In 1965, the Dinkey Creek Bridge closed to automobile traffic because of wood rot; it has served as a pedestrian bridge since then.
In 1973 the Victoria Street level crossing adjacent to the Geelong end of the station was replaced by a road overpass and a pedestrian underpass.
In 2003, a pedestrian bridge opened, connecting several of the dorms to the main campus.
In addition, researchers have considered multiple aspects on this topic, including single pedestrian tracking, group tracking, and detecting dropped objects.
In the artist’s work, an intimacy can form between a pedestrian and her surveillants, and a bureaucratic document can testify to that relationship.
In the early 1960s the council had planned to build 5,000 dwellings, a small shopping centre and other amenities with a pedestrian link to Seacroft. Other information.
It hung over the side of the pedestrian walkway.
It offers sailing, two beaches, and a system of bike and pedestrian trails (about for the bike trail and for the pedestrian trail).
Major works on the main street were required to permit this, including new pedestrian paths, parking areas and lighting.
Most daily trips and recreation in a Pedestrian Village would be within pleasant walking or bicycling distance.
Narrow city streets and a lack of parking areas restrict automobile traffic but allow better pedestrian and cyclist mobility.
Often referred to as "new urbanism", these neighborhoods focus on the pedestrian and the appearance of city streets.
One of the major selling points of the proposed development was the opening up of a new pedestrian and cycle route across the barrage.
Other negative reviews called the characters unsympathetic and Rand's style "offensively pedestrian."
Pedestrian and vehicular access is via the A4031 Walsall Road.
Pedestrian Villages can range from being nearly car-free to having automobile access behind nearly every house and business, but pedestrian lanes are always in front.
Similar evidence has been found for pedestrian stops, with identical ratios of stops to arrests for different races.
The bridge is built of RCC deck slabs and is believed to be the first pedestrian bridge in India to be built this way.
The Greenway provides a pedestrian-friendly connection between South Station and North Station.
The group wants to connect existing sections in 20 central Tampa neighborhoods with bike and pedestrian trails.
The old 2-lane bridge remains in place as a pedestrian/bicycle bridge.
The old bridge is open only for pedestrian visitors.
The pedestrian section of the square is used for various public events, most notably open flower, honey, and book sales.
The pedestrian zone between Karlsplatz and Marienplatz is a crowded area with numerous shops and restaurants.
The present gate is probably 14th century, with 18th-century pedestrian walkways.
The project will aim to be pedestrian and bike friendly and will have a network of open space and parks.
The roof of the athletic center also acts as a pedestrian plaza.
The Willimantic Footbridge is a pedestrian bridge in the Willimantic section of Windham, Connecticut.
There are also many illustrations and photographs, and a section called "Anatomy of a Pedestrian Village."
There are also pedestrian walkways to Engineering (east), Anthropology (south), Biology (west) and Kirk Hall (south).
There are two popular public pedestrian "rest" spots within the community.
There is a temporary summer pedestrian bridge put in at Burlington campground and another north at Women's Federation Grove.
There is pedestrian transfer by a footbridge, the journey time is approx.
These are examples of New Pedestrianism-style pedestrian villages that represent the various types:
These routes are designated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Division.
They are not connected, and passengers are required to use a pedestrian level crossing at the northern end of the station to cross the tracks.
Today it is a bustling locality with several commercial establishments along with high pedestrian and vehicular traffic.
Walkability audits concentrate on pedestrian safety and accommodation, and transit audits focus on safety of bus and train users.
Whenever she was particularly discomposed, she always performed one of these pedestrian feats; and the amount of her discomposure might always be estimated by the duration of her walk.

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