Sec. 9-4.2513.  Building setback lines for property adjoining roads, streets, and highways.
   (a)   A lot or parcel of land in any zone adjoining a public road, street, or highway for which the alignment and width has been determined shall have a building setback line equal to the yard required in the zone, plus a distance of:
   (1)   Forty-two (42') feet measured from the center line of each adjoining two (2) or four (4) lane road, street, or highway;
   (2)   Fifty-four (54') feet measured from the center line of each adjoining six (6) lane road, street, or highway;
   (3)   Sixty-two (62') feet measured from the center line of each adjoining expressway; or
   (4) One-half (1/2) of the planned ultimate width of a local road or street measured from the center line of such local road or street.
   (b)   A building or structure shall not be erected or maintained on a lot or parcel of land which abuts a public road, street, or highway having only a portion of its required width dedicated to, or otherwise acquired by, the City and where no part of, or less than one-half (1/2) of, such width would revert to such lot or parcel of land if the public road, street, or highway were vacated unless the yards provided and maintained in connection with the building or structure have sufficient width or depth in that portion of the lot or parcel of land needed to complete the road, street, or highway width, plus whatever width or depth of yards is required on the lot or parcel of land by the zone in which it is located.
(§ 8160.16, T.O.O.C.. renumbered by § XIV, Ord. 173-NS, eff. November 5, 1970, and § 1, Ord. 219-NS, eff. August 19, 1971)