Minimum pavement widths, measured face to face of gutter, shall be installed at the subdivider's expense in accordance with the following requirements.
   (A)   Primary, secondary thoroughfares and collector streets, 38 feet.
      (1)   In cases of primary or secondary thoroughfares usually requiring pavements wider than 38 feet, the matter of financial and other arrangements for installing such wider pavements or expanding the pavements at some fixture date shall be taken up by the developer with officials having jurisdiction, except as provided in § 153.063(A)(1).
      (2)   In cases where a collector street does not front directly on a public school site, or in the opinion of the Plan Commission will not provide the shortest and most logical route from at least 250 dwelling units (within the neighborhood as delineated in the official master plan) to destinations outside the neighborhood, a pavement width of 28 feet measured back to back of curb may be permitted. In all cases the costs of collector streets shall be financed by the subdivider.
   (B)   Local streets, 28 feet. The pavement of a turning circle at the end of a cul-de-sac shall have a minimum outside diameter of 80 feet back to back of curb.
   (C)   Alleys and service drives. Must be 20 feet, unless planned for one way directional movement.
   (D)   Sidewalks and crosswalks. Sidewalks shall be installed in both sides of all streets, except when waived by the Plan Commission under § 153.063(A)(3), and within the right-of-way or easement of any crosswalk and shall have a minimum width of four feet.
(Ord. - -, passed - -)  Penalty, see § 153.999