Roadways used primarily for direct access to residential, commercial, industrial, or other abutting property. They do not include roadways carrying through traffic.
a street that is primarily used to gain access to the property bordering it
a short street, cul-de-sac, or court
a surface street under the control of a local agency
A street that provides direct access to abutting properties only; includes cul-de-sacs and loop streets.
A street which is primarily residential and is used primarily by residents of a neighbourhood.
A street intended solely for access to adjacent properties.
Roadways that provide direct access to the adjacent land. The roadway typicall accomodates a low volume of traffic.
A street which is primarily intended to provide direct access to properties abutting the roadway and within the immediate vicinity. A Local Street offers the lowest level of mobility and usually does not serve a bus route. Overall operating speeds are low in order to permit frequent stops or turning movements to be made with maximum safety. Service to through traffic movement is deliberately discouraged.