Examples of side street in a Sentence
We live on a quiet side street.
Recent Examples of side street from the Web
Lyft recently started a geofencing pilot in San Francisco, in the city’s Mission District, which diverts pickups to side streets to reduce congestion and double-parking.
Pickups with union decals filled a huge parking lot and squeezed into side streets near the site, which swarms with about 1,500 construction workers every day.
To stay safe, the duo fixes chuckholes on side streets during times when traffic is light.
This guide wanders down Park Avenue, its adjacent side streets, and takes in a few blocks of New England Avenue to give you a glimpse of places to eat in and around Hannibal Square.
Apart from the punchy yellow exterior, the design is all calm and clarity, with eight galleries off a central axis like inviting side streets off an avenue.
The students will be taking a combination of side streets, back roads, trails and other low-traffic areas in a route that was planned out in coordination with their adult advisers, including the Shorewood superintendent and local sherriff.
Cars could still travel on those crucial arterials as well as on Westlake, but not on the side streets in between.
His flag-waving backers, who spilled out of the city's grand parliamentary square and deep down several side streets in one of the larger demonstrations of the country's recent history, cheered and pronounced themselves ready for the battle.
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SIDE STREET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of side street for English Language Learners
: a smaller street that connects to and often ends at a main road
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