taxiway

[tak-see-wey]
noun
any surface area of an airport used for taxiing airplanes to and from a runway, parking apron, terminal, etc.

Origin:
1930–35; taxi (v.) + way

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taxiway (ˈtæksɪˌweɪ)
 
n
taxi strip, Also called: peritrack a marked path along which aircraft taxi to or from a runway, parking area, etc

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The airport is home to a single runway and the taxiway is dual use, shared with cars, golf carts and pedestrians.
Work includes but is not limited to the construction of an extension to the existing aviation parking ramp and taxiway.
As runway traffic increases, the capacity of the taxiway system may become the limiting operational factor.
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