The following definitions shall apply for the purposes of this subchapter only.
   (A)   APPLICATIONSfor speed humps include a petition of the affected property owners.
   (B)   FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION.  The process by which streets and highways are grouped into classes or systems according to the character of service they are intended to provide. (Highway Functional Classification and Needs Study Manual)
      (1)   Arterial system:  provides for through traffic movement between areas and across the city with limited access to abutting property, subject to access controls and curb uses.
      (2)   Collector system:  provides for traffic movement between arterials and local streets, with limited access to abutting properties.
      (3)   Local system:  provides direct access to abutting properties.
   (C)   MUTCD.  Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
   (D)   ROADWAYS.  That portion of a highway improved, designed, or ordinarily used for vehicular travel, exclusive of the berm or shoulder.  If a highway includes two or more separate roadways, the term ROADWAY as used herein shall refer to any roadway separately but not to all such roadways collectively.
   (E)   SPEED HUMPS.  Geometric design feature of a roadway, consisting of a raised area in the roadway pavement surface, extending transversely across the travel way, whose primary purpose is to reduce the speed of vehicles traveling along the roadway.
   (F)   STREET. Refers to the entire street length upon the street on which a hump is to be installed, which is within the city limits.
(Ord. 3-27-06A, passed 5-22-06)