Examples of underpass in a Sentence
We stood on the bridge and looked down at the underpass.
Recent Examples of underpass from the Web
The plan, approved by the City Council last week, also includes $7.8 million for cleaning catch basins, as well as funds for creating an early warning system for underpass flooding.
But the city recently began a closer examination of the underpasses as part of efforts to reduce its potential exposure to terrorist attacks.
The underpass at Davis Street and Bristol Lane were reported damaged with spray paint sometime between July 27 and July 30.
Runoff from the heavy rains was causing flooding in small creeks and streams, on streets and underpasses and at other drainage areas and low-lying spots, the weather service said.
On two dates, someone spray-painted the walls of the 95th Street underpass, according to the report.
The woman was close to a desolate underpass near the subway station when, prosecutors and police officials said, Mr. Williams took out an air pistol and led her behind a garbage truck.
Among them are a surfer sculpture near the railroad underpass at Pier View Way, historical signs near Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School, and a statue on the southern end of the city near the railroad tracks.
Excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause flooding of small creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses as well as other drainage areas and low lying spots.
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Definition of underpass for English Language Learners
: a place where a road or railroad crosses under another road or railroad
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