Definition of greenway
: a corridor of undeveloped land preserved for recreational use or environmental protection
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That means the soccer money could be used for almost anything, including schools, parks and greenways.
On a pretty day, office workers can take a beautiful walk across a greenway that connects each side of the river.
Another solution for the suburbs is creating greenways — roads with little or no traffic to encourage biking and walking, Healy said.
The former railroad line has been converted into a greenway with colorful murals and graffiti painted on the bridge abutments along the trail.
The city has struck a deal with Conrail to purchase 76 acres of railroad property, which will be transformed into a bike and pedestrian-friendly greenway.
The plans call for apartments, office space, a grocery store, a retail anchor, restaurants, parking, a hotel, three parks, a public plaza and a waterfront greenway that includes recreational access to the Willamette River.
Rick Bayless will be the host chef at this seated dinner on Chicago's greenway, sponsored by the National Honey Board.
Her body was found Thursday afternoon, lying face down in the grass, along a creek in the greenway near 128th Avenue and Monaco.
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