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road diet
 n.— «A study of these “road diets”—the change of a roadway from four lanes to three—shows that four-lane streets with up to 20,000 vehicles per day are candidates for this kind of treatment.» —“Bikeways and Pathways” by Andy Clarke Federal Highway Administration’s Public Roads Magazine July , 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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