Examples of carriageway in a Sentence
an American who apparently was not used to driving in England, as he was traveling down the wrong side of the carriageway
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On a straight stretch of single-carriageway road, lined with sycamores, cars tear along above the 90kph (55mph) speed limit, dodging oncoming traffic to overtake.
From July 1st, the limit on single-carriageway rural roads will be reduced from 90kph (55mph) to 80kph (see article).
Tolls on the new roads mean that most Moroccans remain on clogged and dangerous carriageways.
Of particular interest is 2231 Royal, a one-of-a-kind 1830s townhouse with a central carriageway and raised basement, as well as the two solid circa-1850s Greek Revival structures on either side of the Elysian Fields intersection.
Local police wrote on Facebook that they were called to a single vehicle collision with reports that the vehicle had left the carriageway and burst into flames.
That would have an especially big impact on single carriageways, which, among high-speed roads in the UK, have the most severe accidents.
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