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For the purpose of this code, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning:
ACCESS POINT. The point of connection of a driveway at the right-of-way line of the street with the approach.
APPROACH. A place improved for vehicular or pedestrian traffic on a street right-of-way which connects the edge of pavement of a public street with a driveway or pedestrian walkway.
AUXILIARY LANE. The portion of the roadway, adjoining the traveled way for parking, speed change, turning, storage for turning, weaving, truck climbing or for other purposes.
COMMERCIAL ACCESS. An entrance and an approach which connects a city street with a driveway to private property used for multiple family, commercial, industrial, schools, churches, and other similar uses which will ordinarily carry a heavy traffic movement, and public property which will ordinarily carry a heavy traffic movement.
DRIVEWAY. Every way or place not on the right-of-way of any public street or alley and which is used for vehicular traffic.
ENTRANCE. The point of connection of an approach with the traveled portion of a public street.
FIELD ACCESS. An entrance and an approach which connect a city street or road with vacant lots, fields or other unimproved property.
MEDIAN. The portion of a divided highway separating the traveled ways for traffic in opposite directions.
MEDIAN OPENING (CROSSOVER). A gap in the median provided and designated for crossing and turning traffic.
SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE ACCESS. An entrance and an approach which connects a city street with a driveway to a residence, barn, private garage, or other improved property and ordinarily used by the owner or occupant of the premises, his guests and necessary service vehicles.
TRAVELED WAY. The portion of the roadway for the movement of vehicles, exclusive of shoulders and auxiliary lanes.
('74 Code, § 25-28) (Ord. G-06-74, passed - -74)