Definition of clearway in English:

clearway

Line breaks: clear|way
Pronunciation: /ˈklɪəweɪ
 
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noun

British
  • A main road other than a motorway on which vehicles are not normally permitted to stop.
    More example sentences
    • Queens Drive is a clearway and there is no parking allowed on clearways, slip roads and lay-bys.
    • He said that although the changes to bus lanes and urban clearways would help journey times it would not provide a solution to the city's increasing traffic delays.
    • But a brief reply from County Hall told the town council that plans for bus stop clearways on Long Street had now been dropped.

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