Definition of Grade separation

1. Noun. A crossing that uses an underpass or overpass.

Generic synonyms: Crossing, Crossover, Crosswalk



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grade Separation

grade-constructed
grade III astrocytoma
grade II astrocytoma
grade IV astrocytoma
grade I astrocytoma
grade crossing
grade crossings
grade inflation
grade insignia
grade on a curve
grade point
grade point average
grade school
grade schools
grade separation (current term)
graded
gradeless
gradelier
gradeliest
gradely
grader
graders
grades
gradewide
gradgrind
gradgrinds
gradian
gradians
gradience

Literary usage of Grade separation

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1. Cyclopedia of American Government by Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin, Albert Bushnell Hart (1914)
"The advantage to the public of grade separation is very great. Besides the vexatious interference with street traffic in 1908, 832 persons *ere killed and ..."

2. Valuation of Public Service Corporations: Legal and Economic Phases of by Robert Harvey Whitten (1912)
"State and city aid in grade separation improvements. 187. City's grade separation contribution considered by New York Public Service Commission. 188. ..."

3. Public Utilities Reports by Henry Clifford Spurr, Ellsworth Nichols, Public Utilities Reports, inc (1920)
"It is my conclusion, therefore, that whether or not a taking for grade separation purposes constitutes a railroad taking depends upon whether the law ..."

4. Journal by Detroit (Mich.). City Council, Prince Edward Island. Legislative Council (1901)
"grade separation. To the Honorable the Common Council: Gentlemen—Your Committee upon grade separation, respectfully report that the agreement relative to ..."

5. Railroad Structure and Estimates by John Wilson Orrock (1918)
"grade separation. Where street and railway cross each other on the level, and make what is known as a grade or level crossing, the separating of such ..."

6. Railroad Structure and Estimates by John Wilson Orrock (1918)
"grade separation. Where street and railway cross each other on the level, and make what is known as a grade or level crossing, the separating of such ..."

7. Development of Analytical Tools for Evaluating Operations of Light-Rail At by Carol H. Walters (1995)
"Economic criteria for grade separation of LRT tracks have been developed by Cline, et al [21,22], and roadway volumetric criteria for grade separation have ..."

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