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“Right-of-way” means either of the following, as the context requires:
(a) The right of a vehicle, streetcar, trackless trolley, or pedestrian to proceed uninterruptedly in a lawful manner in the direction in which it or he or she is moving in preference to another vehicle, streetcar, trackless trolley, or pedestrian approaching from a different direction into its or his or her path;
(b) A general term denoting land, property, or the interest therein, usually in the configuration of a strip, acquired for or devoted to transportation purposes. When used in this context, right-of-way includes the roadway, shoulders or berm, ditch, and slopes extending to the right-of-way limits under the control of the state or local authority.
(RC 4511.01(UU); Ord. No. 91-96. Passed 3-18-96, eff. 3-26-96)