Prior to the adoption of 15847 on 01/04/1999, Section 25-43 read as follows.


    The right-of-way width required to be dedicated and the pavement width required to be constructed for streets, according to street classification, shall be:


Pavement Width
(back to back of curb)
Minimum Feet
Maximum
Minimum
Type of Street
Right-of-Way
(Feet)
(Feet)
Freeway
Variable
96*
48*
Expressway
Variable
72*
48*
Arterial, urban
80--106
68
49
Arterial, rural
80--106
68
24*
Collectors
66
38
Local, nonresidential, central traffic zone
70
44
Local, nonresidential, all other
66
38
Local, residential
50
32
Cul-de-sacs, residential (stem portion)
50
28
Estate lanes
50
28
Marginal access roads
30
20


*In addition to road pavement, two (2) paved, ten-foot shoulders are required.

    (1)    Proposed subdivisions that include existing street rights-of-way narrower than required herein shall provide for dedication of appropriate additional width along one (1)or both sides of the street. Proposed subdivisions abutting only one (1) side of such streets shall provide for dedication of additional width to constitute one-half of the right-of-way required.

    (2)    In commercial areas where heavy vehicular traffic will be produced, the commission may require dedication of additional street right-of-way width and construction of additional pavement to serve as access to the intended commercial area and to ensure the free flow of through traffic on the street involved. This requirement shall be at the expense of the subdivider and shall be so indicated on the preliminary plat prior to its endorsement by the commission.

    (3)    In low density, single-family residential subdivisions, the width of local residential streets may be reduced from thirty-two (32) feet to twenty-eight (28) feet (estate lanes) if the sub ivision complies with all of the following criteria:

        a.    Lots abutting the proposed estate lane may not exceed an overall density of one (1) dwelling unit per acre.

        b.    No lot abutting the proposed estate lane may be less than one hundred twenty-five (125) feet wide at the building line.

        c.    The street may not be designed to accommodate through traffic. Cul-de-sac, loop and horseshoe streets beginning and ending within a main block will ordinarily satisfy this requirement.

        d.    In all other respects, street paving and related public improvements design for estate lanes shall be according to the design standards for local residential streets contained or referenced herein.

(Code 1964, § 19.544(2)(A); Ord. No. 10099, § 1, 3-5-84)