underpass

[ US /ˈəndɝˌpæs/ ]
NOUN
  1. an underground tunnel or passage enabling pedestrians to cross a road or railway
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How To Use underpass In A Sentence

  • With the city having close to 20 lakh vehicles on the roads, flyovers and underpasses have become a must if traffic is to flow smoothly.
  • Presumably in anticipation of large volumes of traffic, the government has constructed frequent, cavernous road underpasses.
  • The new road has 29 structures, including 17 overbridges, five underbridges and an underpass.
  • But what's with the garish red walls of the underpass and the ridiculously clingy dress hugging Alex's voluptuous frame?
  • Dual carriageways, underpasses and roundabouts are everywhere, clogged by traffic and making pedestrian life a daily challenge.
  • The BCC has entered into several agreements with the railways on taking up a number of railway underbridges and underpass works.
  • The Hanger Lane underpass was closed through flooding.
  • The projects include an elevated expressway, several flyovers, underpasses and causeways.
  • We understand what people are saying but we won't be carrying out any more improvements in the near future, other than to retile the underpass.
  • Contraflows and single-lane traffic have caused major tailbacks since the work to build an underpass at Copmathorpe began last summer, with severe congestion again at the weekend.
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