§ 154.132  RIGHTS-OF-WAY AND PAVEMENT WIDTH.
   (A)   Major streets.
      (1)   Right-of-way. The minimum right- of-way width of a major street is 150 feet, unless the Chief Subdivision Engineer or road authority requires a greater right-of-way width.
      (2)   Pavement. The Chief Subdivision Engineer or road authority is authorized to establish minimum pavement widths and design standards for major streets.
   (B)   Secondary streets.
      (1)   Right-of-way.  The minimum right- of-way width of a secondary street is 120 feet.
      (2)   Pavement. The Chief Subdivision Engineer or road authority is authorized to establish minimum pavement widths and design standards for secondary streets.
   (C)   Collector streets.
      (1)   Right-of-way. The minimum right- of-way width of a collector street is 80 feet.
      (2)   Pavement.  The minimum pavement width of a collector street or any street serving industrial or commercial development is 36 feet (excluding curb and gutter).
   (D)   Local streets.
      (1)   Right-of-way. The minimum right- of-way width of a local street is 66 feet.
      (2)   Pavement.  The minimum pavement width of a local street in a subdivision with open drainage is 24 feet. The minimum pavement width for subdivisions with curb and gutter is 28 feet (excluding curb and gutter).
(Ord. passed 7-8-1970; Res. 09-167, passed 6-18-2009)