What is a right-of-way?
The right of way is the area of land that is maintained specifically for public use to travel across. Typically, the right of way includes the street, parkway and sidewalk. Usually it is of a width of 66 feet. Within a residential area, the right of way typically ends 1 foot behind the sidewalk.

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