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Carriageway vs. Highway

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Carriagewaynoun

The part of a road that carries traffic.

Highwaynoun

A main, direct public road, especially a multi-lane, high speed thoroughfare connecting major population centers.

Carriagewaynoun

one of the two sides of a motorway where traffic travels in one direction only, usually in two or three lanes.

Highwaynoun

(rail) Any public road for vehicular traffic.

Carriagewaynoun

one of the two sides of a motorway where traffic travels in one direction only usually in two or three lanes

Highwaynoun

A road or way open to the use of the public, especially a paved main road or thoroughfare between towns; in the latter sense it contrasts with local street; as, on the highways and byways.

Carriageway

A carriageway (British English) or roadway (North American English) consists of a width of road on which a vehicle is not restricted by any physical barriers or separation to move laterally. A carriageway generally consists of a number of traffic lanes together with any associated shoulder, but may be a sole lane in width (for example, a highway offramp).

Highwaynoun

a major road for any form of motor transport

Highwaynoun

a main road, especially one connecting major towns or cities

‘the highway to success’; ‘a six-lane highway’;

Highwaynoun

(chiefly in official use) a public road

‘the Highways Department’;

Highwaynoun

a pathway connecting parts of one computer system or between different systems

‘an information highway’;

Highway

A highway is any public or private road or other public way on land. It is used for major roads, but also includes other public roads and public tracks.

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