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  • Structural damage can occur in bridge abutments, bank lines, sewer lines, and other structures within floodways.
  • To prevent future floods, the government built the world's longest system of levees and floodways.
  • In wet weather, two underpasses are not trafficable as they have been built on floodways.
  • It begins in the Wairau valley where floodways are joined.
  • It is the largest of a system of spillways and floodways along the Mississippi.
  • In the 1960s most bridges and floodways were resurfaced, and the entire length is currently sealed.
  • The earthworks for the project included constructing guide banks to direct excess water to flow over floodways, which were protected with rocks.
  • Such vulnerable houses were built with a stout gable facing seawards, and featured floodways.
  • This provides excellent water runoff, which is aided by the many 'floodways' which are found around town, and allow large volumes of water to cross roads.
  • The Commission recommended four floodways below the mouth of the Arkansas River and, above, stronger and higher levees set back from the channel.
  • Timber trestles remain common in some applications, most notably for bridge approaches crossing floodways, where earth fill would dangerously obstruct floodwater.
  • The majority of these buildings presented a stout gable to the sea, and were designed with floodways and contraband cellars.
  • All major roads are sealed and contain numerous "floodways" which allow the large amounts of rain in the town to wash over the road without obstructing traffic.
  • The vast majority of the highway is a two-lane single carriageway, although there are thirteen single-lane bridges and four single-lane floodways in the Kimberley.
  • Flood bypasses, sometimes called floodways, often have man-made diversion works, such as diversion weirs and spillways, at their head or point of origin.
  • Floodways that diverted excessive flow from the Mississippi River were constructed.
  • S. turbinatum grows in sandy soils at the margins of creeks and floodways and is closely associated with wet season herb fields.
  • The males commence breeding by crying at floodways - this is frequently heard - with females responding by releasing up to 1000 eggs during a wet season.
  • The preferred habitat of L longitudinale is freshwater areas such as swamps, lake edges, floodways, creekbanks and seeps.
  • Cuttaburra Creek connects the Warrego to the Paroo River via a distribution system that flows through channels, floodways and wetlands.
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