Curb definition

Curb means the actual curb, if there is one, and if there is no curb in existence, it shall mean the division of a highway between the roadway and the sidewalk or boulevard, as the case may be.
Curb means the lateral boundaries of a roadway, whether or not marked by curbing;
Curb means the edge of the travelled portion of the highway.

Examples of Curb in a sentence

  • FG 300 Turnpike Curb CONICAL DELINEATORS, 42-inch(For 28-inch Traffic Cones, see Standard Specifications)1.

  • Curb, Gutter, and Sidewalk: One test for each 90 m (300 feet), but in no case fewer than two tests.

  • Tuff Curb CONICAL DELINEATORS, 42-inch(For 28-inch Traffic Cones, see Standard Specifications)1.

  • However, where an entrance to an off-street parking facility is permitted on Fourth Avenue in accordance with the provisions of Section 132-42 (Special Curb Cut Requirements), the transparency requirements of this Section shall not apply to the portion of the #ground floor level street wall# occupied by such entrance.

  • Curb or dike constructed to prevent Roadway runoff water from discharging onto embankment slope.


More Definitions of Curb

Curb or “Curbside” means a location within one (1) metre of the Public Street or Private Road. “Curbside Collection” has the meaning set out in Section 2.1.
Curb means the raised structural element which may be installed at the outside edge of a highway or median parking area, primarily for a gutter.
Curb means the 3 meter (10ft) distance from the edge of the travelled portion of a public street, road, or private road that meets the approval of the Municipality for solid waste collection, but it does not include the ditch or sidewalk;
Curb means that portion of any boulevard that borders on the street;
Curb means the edge of a traveled portion of the Highway;
Curb means the extreme edge of the roadway.
Curb means the lateral boundaries of that portion of the street designated or intended for the use of vehicles, whether marked by curbing construction or not.