A place where one may ride; an open way or public passage for vehicles, persons, and animals; a track for travel, forming a means of communication between one city, town, or place, and another.
A main underground thoroughfare
Any route used for the vehicular access to, and the transport of logs from the point of loading (log dump) within the plantation area.
an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
working for a short time in different places; "itinerant laborers"; "a road show"; "traveling salesman"; "touring company"
a good place to begin your tour of San Telmo
an indentifiable route or path between two or more places
a path between two Intersections
a prepared way for traveling with horses or vehicles
a wide path made for travelling
The terms road, highway, street, avenue and the like shall be interchangeable as designators of vehicular by-ways providing access to individual parcels and tracts of property, and that commonly considered as a component part of a road shall also be included in the definition of the term. A "road" shall be the physical embodiment of such a by-way irrespective of prior platting or planning.
An existent thoroughfare suitable for automotive travel. A road is a physical object; it may or may not be marked with a name or number.
The part of a trafficway which includes both the roadway, which is the traveled part, and any shoulder alongside the roadway. Where there are unmountable curbs, the road and roadway are the same. If there is a guardrail, the road is considered to extend to the guardrail.
A street or thoroughfare, including any footpath, dividing strip, car park and any place that the public has access to.
A general term denoting a public way for purposes of vehicular travel, including the entire area within the Right-of-Way, as defined in ORC 5501.01.
(1) The canal route e.g. The Bottom Road (2) The state of the locks ahead i.e. good - most locks in our favour - or bad.
A road is an identifiable route, way or path between two or more places. Roads are typically smoothed, paved, or otherwise prepared to allow easy travel; though they need not be, and historically many roads were simply recognisable routes without any formal construction or maintenance. In urban areas roads may pass along and be named as streets, serving a dual function as urban space and route.