Knowledge About Pedestrian Street,Notable Buildings and Structures of Pedestrian Street

Notable buildings and structures of pedestrian street

Most of the buildings in the street date from the late 1790s or early 1800s. The Frederik Tutein House on the corner with Strget (Badstuestrde 2 / Vimmelskaftet 47) was built for Frederik Tutein in 1801 to design by Johan Martin Quist. The rounded corner is typical of Quist's works from the period. The newspaper Kristeligt Dagblad is based in the building on the first and second floor.

Mp. 8 (1797-1798), No. 10 (1798-1799), No. 12 (1799-1800), Bo. 15 (1798-1802), No. 16 (1797), No. 17 (1829-1832), No. 18 (1796-1797) and No. 20 (1796-1797) are all listed. No. 18 is decorated with Ionic order pilasters.

Margrethe-Skolen, a school of fashion and design, is located on the second floor at No. 1-3.


Origins & Definition of pedestrian street

Badaud was in usage from the 16th century, if not earlier, a French adaptation of the old Provenal "badau". From the beginning the term described frivolous curiosity and ignorance. The Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe sicle (1867) defined the term in this way: "The badaud is curious; he is astonished by everything he sees; he believes everything he hears, and he shows his contentment or his surprise by his open, gaping mouth.

" The term came frequently to describe the crowds that gathered in the street at any remarkable sight. From the 17th century and after, the term was associated with Parisians. It is most frequently rendered in English as "gawker" or "bystander".


Arkansas Highway 57 Bridge of pedestrian street

The Arkansas Highway 57 Bridge is a Warren pony truss bridge in Stephens, Arkansas. It carries an old alignment of Arkansas Highway 57 over a branch of the Union Pacific Railroad near the city center. The bridge is now closed to traffic; the road on which it is located is now called Ruby Street. The bridge is distinctive in Arkansas for two reasons: first, it was the last bridge of its type on a state highway, and it has a pedestrian sidewalk on the outside of the trusses. It is unknown who built the trusses; the bridge was built in 1928.

The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.


Ouaquaga Lenticular Truss Bridge of pedestrian street

Ouaquaga Lenticular Truss Bridge is a historic lenticular truss bridge located at Ouaquaga in the towns of Windsor and Colesville in Broome County, New York. It was constructed in 1888 and spans the Susquehanna River. It is composed of two identical through trusses with an overall length of 343 feet (105m). It was constructed by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. of East Berlin, Connecticut. The bridge was closed to vehicular traffic in 2008 when a new bridge was built alongside it. The old bridge remains open for pedestrian use.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.


Sights to see of pedestrian street

Holy Trinity statue (limestone, 1761)

"Mother and Child with Dove of Peace" (copper statue by Henrik Bolba, 1988)

Basalt stone sculpture (by Sndor Kecskemti, 1988)

"Mechatronics" statue (chrome statue by Henrik Bolba, 1990)

"Power of Earth" fountain (by dm Farkas, 1991)

Two Roman columns commemorating the area's history (1996)

Bacchus statue (by Klmn Veres, 1999)

Holy Angels Church (built in 2003 in the southwestern part of the neighbourhood, architect: Imre Koppnyi)

Reformed church (2004)

Zsigmond Mricz statue (bronze, by Frigyes Janzer, 2007

Elephant fountain (copper drinkwater fountain by Kroly Krajcsovics, 2008; removed in 2011 in a theft attempt and put back in 2012)


Norwich Lanes of pedestrian street

The Norwich Lanes, known locally as The Lanes, is an area of Norwich, a city in Norfolk, England. It consists of a series of mostly pedestrian-oriented small lanes, alleyways and streets. Norwich Lanes is noted for its independent retailers, and eating and drinking establishments. The area also contains some of the city's cultural attractions, including museums, theatres, pubs and bars. As part of a nationwide drive to recognise the importance of the character and individuality of Britain's high streets, and to maintain it, Norwich Lanes won the Great British High Street Awards 2014 in the "City" category.


Street reclamation of pedestrian street

Street reclaiming is the process of converting, or otherwise returning streets to a stronger focus on non-car use walking, cycling and active street life. It is advocated by many urban planners and urban economists, of widely varying political points of view. Its primary benefits are thought to be:

Decreased automobile traffic with fewer automobile accidents and less smog

Reduced summer temperatures due to less asphalt and more green spaces

Increased pedestrian traffic which also increases social and commercial opportunities

Increased gardening space for urban residents

Better support for co-housing and infirm residents, e.g. suburban eco-villages built around former streets


Crawford Street Bridge (Providence, Rhode Island) of pedestrian street

The Crawford Street Bridge was a concrete and steel bridge over the Providence River in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. It was originally built from 1873 to 1904 and then rebuilt starting in 1930. Composed of a set of interconnected bridges that span the river, it had a total area of over 3 acres (1.2 hectares) and covered nearly a quarter of a mile of the river. At 1,147 feet (350m) wide, it was the world's widest bridge, and listed in the 1988 Guinness Book of World Records.

As part of a downtown redevelopment project, the massive bridge was substantially demolished in 1982, replaced with several narrower bridges for individual streets and exposing the Providence River to create a more pedestrian-friendly cityscape.


Buildings of pedestrian street

At number 26 is the West Street Chapel, where John Wesley, the joint founder of Methodism, once preached.

Also located in West Street are the Ambassadors Theatre and the St Martin's Theatre which has staged the production of The Mousetrap since March 1974, making it the longest continuous run of any show in the world.

The London branch of L'Atelier de Jol Robuchon is located in the street.

The Ivy restaurant and The Club at The Ivy are located on the corner with Litchfield Street.

In the early 1950s, the Central School of Music and Dance was at No 15.


John Basilone Veterans Memorial Bridge of pedestrian street

The John Basilone Veterans Memorial Bridge is a bridge in New Jersey that crosses the Raritan River. The bridge was built in 2005 to replace the smaller Nevius Street Bridge built in 1886. The Nevius Street Bridge today functions as a pedestrian bridge. The bridge connects First Avenue and what used to be the short one way block of Lyman Street in Raritan with River Road in Hillsborough. After crossing into Hillsborough, the road curves to meet up with the old alignment with the Nevius Street Bridge. The bridge is named for local World War II hero, John Basilone. The bridge has a pedestrian tunnel underneath its northern approach, as part of the Raritan River Greenway


Great James Street of pedestrian street

Great James Street is a street in the Bloomsbury district of the London Borough of Camden. It has strong literary and publishing connections, and former residents include the poet Algernon Charles Swinburne and the detective story writer Dorothy L. Sayers. The Nation & Athenaeum, chaired by John Maynard Keynes, and the Nonesuch Press were both based in the street. The street has almost all its original buildings with minimal external changes. It is described in Nikolaus Pevsner's guide as "a gem" and its mostly terraced houses as "unusually uniform for their date". The majority of the street is listed by Historic England.


Fredrick Church of pedestrian street

The Fredrick Church is in the middle of the square. The square actually extends around the church, although visually it appears as if the church is west of the square. The church, on which construction began September 9, 1720, is a typical baroque church designed by Nicodemus Tessin d.y. and replaced a prior provisional wooden church on Drottninggatan street, called Hedvig Eleonora Church. The church was not inaugurated until 1744.

In Sigtuna, in the southern tower of the church, there is a carillon with 35 bells that where installed in 1967 by Bergholtz clockworks. The carillon plays three times daily.


Brighouse bus station of pedestrian street

Brighouse bus station serves the town of Brighouse, West Yorkshire, England. The bus station is owned and managed by Metro (WYPTE). The bus station is situated in the Brighouse Town Centre and could be accessed from Gooder Street and Ganny Road. The current station was opened from 10 May 2009 on the site of the previous one that dates back from the 1970s.

The new bus station cost 2.38million and provides passengers with more comfortable and safer enclosed waiting areas, new seating and lighting, real time electronic passenger information, 24-hour CCTV surveillance and additional footpaths and pedestrian access


Ionview stop of pedestrian street

Ionview is a surface light rail transit (LRT) stop to be constructed on Line 5 Eglinton, a new line that is part of the Toronto subway system. It will be located in the Ionview neighbourhood at the intersection of Eglinton Avenue and Ionview Road. It is scheduled to open in 2022.

Metrolinx is planning to locate the stop in the middle of Eglinton Avenue on the west side of its intersection with Ionview Road. The stop will have parallel side platforms to be accessed from the pedestrian crossing on the west side of the signalized street intersection. As of December 5, 2015update, Metrolinx says these plans are still subject to change.


Deer Moat of pedestrian street

The Deer Moat or Stag Moat (Czech: Jelen pkop) is a natural ravine dividing the promontory of Prague Castle and its north foreground. The 1 kilometre (0.62mi) long ravine extends along Brusnice stream from UBrusnice to Chotkova street. It is divided in two parts by Pran Bridgecs. It got its name because it served as a breeding ground for deer between the 17th and 18th centuries. Since 2002, the two parts are connected by a tunnel for pedestrians designed by a Czech architect Josef Pleskot. Both parts of the moat are open to the public.


Strovolos River Trail of pedestrian street

The Strovolos River trail is a shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians in Cyprus.

It is 15km in length and runs along the Pedieos River, beginning at The English School, Nicosia in Nicosia and passing through Archangelos.

Forms part of the Pedieos Linear Park, it runs along the Pedieos River and passes through the 2 Nicosia district municipalities of Strovolos and Lakatamia and it is in the process of being expanded to join with the City of Nicosia municipality. Entrances at Kasou Street, Rodou Street and Tenedou Street in Strovolos. Begins at co-ordinates 35.151175, 33.346923 in Strovolos, near the CYTA building in Strovolos Avenue.


Samborska Street, Warsaw of pedestrian street

Samborska Street (ulica Samborska) is the shortest street in Warsaw and possibly in Poland.

Approximately 22 metres (72ft) long, it is located in Warsaw's New Town, just off Przyrynek Street near the Polish Security Printing Works building. It was laid out in 1770 or 1771.

Its name comes from the Polish family name Samborski, who were Warsaw residents and, at the time, owners of the surrounding land.

No buildings are assigned to the street. For many years it was almost invisible, overgrown and closed. In 2010 it was renovated and opened to pedestrians, becoming one of the minor attractions of New Town.


Operations of pedestrian street

Since 2000 the line has been part of the Hanover S-Bahn and since December 2004 it has been served by S-Bahn line S 5 on the Hanover AirportHannover HbfHamelinAltenbekenPaderborn route. The trains run every hour, but on Sundays only every two hours between Bad Pyrmont and Paderborn. The frequency of services is improved by additional services at the Hanover end of the line: S 1 and S 2 operate on the line to Weetzen and additional S5 services operate between Hanover and Hamelin. They are operated by DB Regio Niedersachsen, using electric multiple units of DB classes 424 and 425 at speeds of up to 140km/h. The average speed is 69km/h


Infrastructure of pedestrian street

The station has five tracks next to three platforms. Attached to the home platform 1 (next to the station building) is a bay platform for trains to Mindelheim (platform 1a). All platforms are covered and have digital destination displays. The central platforms are connected to the main platform by a pedestrian tunnel and are equipped with lifts to make the platforms accessible.

Platform dataPlatforms lengths and heights are as follows:

Platform 1a: length 140 m, height 55cm

Platform 1: length 250 m, height 55cm

Platform 2: length 405 m, height 76cm

Platform 3: length 405 m, height 76cm

Platform 4: length 210 m, height 55cm

Platform 5: length 210 m, height 55cm

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