service road

NOUN
  1. a local road that runs parallel to an expressway and allows local traffic to gain access to property
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How To Use service road In A Sentence

  • Areas near the new traffic-signalled junctions, a service road and a new pond are also being landscaped.
  • Finish with a 12-mile mountain-bike ride on the serpentine Forest Service roads of the Chugach National Forest, near Girdwood.
  • He turned down a service road behind the shopping precinct and ran the car between a pantechnicon and a loading bay. THE ONLY GAME
  • He said it had been decided to construct service roads for the highways being built under the golden quadrilateral project.
  • A loop is provided towards Race Course Road with a unidirectional 7.5 metres wide carriageway grade level service road for free turn towards Seshadripuram.
  • The word I should've used was "colectora," rather than the literal translation of "service road. Mariela Dabbah: The Power of Spanglish to Make us Laugh
  • To visualise this imagine the handle of the jug to be a service road.
  • As readers of V.K. Narayanan's blog My Dhaba know, a dhaba is a quick-service roadside restaurant found in Northern India that serves tandoori meats, naan and strong chai to truckers, cabdrivers, and the like. In praise of Kashmir: touring the Tandoor-loin
  • At the end of the exit ramp, go left for one-quarter mile to Forest Service Road 4832 and turn right.
  • The rear of Selfridges is a grim place, just a service road lined by characterless buildings, and totally unlike the elegance of the imposing frontage.
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