Pavement widths shall be in accordance with the major street plan, and the portion of the pavement required to be installed at the subdivider's expense shall be as follows.
   (A)   Primary and secondary thoroughfares or parkways, designated as such on the major street plan, and local and minor streets, 24 feet, face to face of curb.
   (B)   Overall pavement widths, shall be as designated by the major street plan, and the differences, if any, between the cost of the portion to be provided at the expense of the subdivider and that of the total width designated by the major street plan shall be borne by the city or county, as the case may be, unless it shall be determined by the Planning Commission that the greater width will benefit the subdivider in proportion to its cost. However, the cost of curb and gutter shall be borne by the subdivider in any case.
   (C)   The pavement of a turning circle at the end of a dead end street shall have a minimum outside diameter of 80 feet.  A "T"- or "Y"- shaped paved space, when approved by the Planning Commission in place of a turning circle, shall extend entirely across the width of the street right-of-way and shall be at least 15 feet wide with the flared portion rounded by a minimum radii of 25 feet.
   (D)   Alleys and service drives. 16 feet.
('83 Code, § 156.41) (Ord. 27-1960, passed 7-12-60; Am. Ord. 55-1960, passed 10-29-60)  Penalty, see § 154.99