A walk for foot passengers at the side of a street or road; a foot pavement.
A paved walkway typically adjacent to the roadway and intended for pedestrians.
walk consisting of a paved area for pedestrians; usually beside a street or roadway
a paved path for people to walk on
The portion of the street or highway right-of-way designated for preferential or exclusive use of pedestrians.
A walkway that provides a direct, all-weather approach to an entry. The sidewalk can be constructed of poured concrete, laid stone, concrete pavers, or gravel contained between borders or curbs.
That portion of the roadway primarily constructed for the use of pedestrians.
Paved walkway running along the sides of a street.
A sidewalk (chiefly North American English), pavement (British English and Philadelphia dialect), footpath (Australian English) or footway (Engineering term) is a path for pedestrians that is situated alongside a road or formed like sidewalks that are alongside roads (such as a cement footpath through a park). They are usually constructed of concrete (particularly in the United States and Canada), asphalt, brick (particularly in Europe), stone or (increasingly) rubber, designed for pedestrian traffic and often running alongside a road. In the 19th century and early 20th century, sidewalks of wood were also common in some locations.