A ramp to allow wheeled vehicles access between street and sidewalk
noun A curb incline, often found on the outer edges of a driveway, which is used to launch ollies. Also found at wheelchair ramps.
Also called a curb ramp, it is a depression built into the curb of a sidewalk to permit passage by a wheelchair. The incline should not exceed a gradient of 1:12 and the flat surface width should be no less than 4 feet wide.
a graded indentation in a curb which enables a person in a wheelchair to get from a road or parking lot to a walkway
A depression in the curb to accommodate a driveway; where there is no curb, the point at which the driveway meets the roadway pavement is considered the curb cut.
A curb cut (U.S.), dropped kerb (UK), or pram ramp (Australia) is a ramp leading smoothly down from a sidewalk to a street, rather than abruptly ending with a curb and dropping roughly 4â€“6 inches (10â€“15 cm) .