(名詞) 纖瘦的街道 － 寬度建得比一般窄以提高交通安全及鼓勵步行的街道。
Will all of the proposals in the pedestrian plan — lagging left turns, speed humps, pedestrian scrambles, "skinny" streets — be implemented, or is the department just throwing out ideas?
—Daniel Dale, "Gabe Klein: Chicago's bike-collecting, rap-loving transportation chief," The Toronto Star, September 21, 2012
The prescription is to put our cities on a road diet. As fellow planner Fred Kent told Playhouse District leaders last year, Pasadena's main drag, Colorado, is way too wide....Can every downtown get with the skinny streets program?
—Larry Wilson, "Wages of sin are paid by our broad boulevards," Los Angeles Daily News, June 16, 2013