footbridge

Passageway vs Footbridge - What's the difference?

passageway | footbridge |


As nouns the difference between passageway and footbridge

is that passageway is a covered walkway, between rooms or buildings while footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians.

Footbridge vs Walkway - What's the difference?

footbridge | walkway |


As nouns the difference between footbridge and walkway

is that footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians while walkway is a clearly defined path for pedestrians.

Footbridge - What does it mean?

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Footbridge vs Underpass - What's the difference?

footbridge | underpass |


As nouns the difference between footbridge and underpass

is that footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians while underpass is a road or a pedestrian passage in a tunnel that runs underneath a road or railroad.

Footbridge vs Runway - What's the difference?

footbridge | runway |


As nouns the difference between footbridge and runway

is that footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians while runway is an airstrip, a (usually) paved section on which planes land or take off.

Footbridge vs Runways - What's the difference?

footbridge | runways |


As nouns the difference between footbridge and runways

is that footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians while runways is .

Footbridge vs Walkingbridge - What's the difference?

footbridge | walkingbridge |

Taxonomy vs Footbridge - What's the difference?

taxonomy | footbridge |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and footbridge

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while footbridge is a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians.

Footbridge vs Zebracrossing - What's the difference?

footbridge | zebracrossing |

Pedestriancrossing vs Footbridge - What's the difference?

pedestriancrossing | footbridge |


As a noun footbridge is

a bridge over a road, railway, river, etc for pedestrians.

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