A wide scenic road planted with trees.
A highway that has full or partial access control, is usually located within a park or a ribbon of park-like developments, and prohibits commercial vehicles. Buses are not considered commercial vehicles in this case. (FHWA2)
a broad, landscaped highway, often divided by a planted median strip
a narrow landscaped park with a pavement for motor vehicles running through it
an elongated park of which a principal feature is a pleasure vehicle road throughout its entire length
a road or expressway, usually on public park land, from which trucks and heavy vehicles are excluded
a specially landscaped divided highway limited
a wide, landscaped street with a park-like setting
a roadway contiguous with or linking park spaces. In its truest definition, a parkway provides access to recreational, scenic or leisure spaces.
a highway that passes through open spaces (and in Australia, bushland, for example the Tuggeranong Parkway in Canberra)
A parkway is a general designation of a type of limited-access highway in some parts of the U.S. and Canada. (In other parts of the U.S., the term parkway may merely be another title for a normal surface street.) Like all limited-access highways, parkways are designed particularly for through traffic, and many can be classified generally as freeways or toll highways.