A roadway continuous to and generally paralleling an expressway. Freeway, parkway, or through street so designed so as to intercept, collect and distribute traffic designating to cross, enter, or leave such facility and to furnish access to property which other wise would be isolated as a result of the controlled access features.
A road that parallels a larger highway and provides access to communities, stores, etc. Frontage/service roads limit the number of entrance and exit points onto a major roadway, reducing conflicts and improving safety.
a local road that runs parallele to an expressway and allows local traffic to gain access to property
a local street or road along an arterial highway allowing control of access and service to adjacent areas and property
a local street that generally parallels and is adjacent to a freeway or through street and that provides access to property isolated by access controls from the freeway or through street
a minor road alongside a highway, used by local traffic
an access road that runs parallel to a freeway, with occasional entrances or exits to the freeway
a relatively minor road running alongside a main highway, for local traffic
A road that parallels the interstate to relieve traffic congestion caused by local trips.
A surface street paralleling a controlled access highway (such as a freeway) for the purpose of permitting access to properties facing the highway.
A frontage road (also access road, service road, outer road, and especially surface road, or feeder) is a non-limited access road running parallel to a higher-speed road, usually a freeway, and feeding it at appropriate points of access (slip ramps). In many cases, the frontage road is a former highway already in existence when the limited access road was built. In other cases they may be built prior to construction of the highway.