A major motor vehicle through route
A class of roads serving major traffic movements (high-speed, high volume) for travel between major points.
a main road or course of travel of many branches for high volume travel
A major street carrying the traffic of local and collector streets to and from freeways and other major streets. Arterials generally have traffic signals at intersections and may have limits on the driveway spacing and street intersection spacing.
A major street or highway. It is a general term which includes expressways, major and minor arterial streets' and interstate, state or county highways having regional continuity. It is a road intended to move a relatively large volume of traffic at medium to high speeds.
a high-volume street that should have no residences directly accessing it
a street which accommodates major movements of traffic not served by expressways and freeways
A street designated to carry traffic, mostly uninterrupted, through an urban area or to different neighborhoods within an urban area.
a roadway providing the principal high-volume and high-speed linkages within a community and between communities.
Functional classification of highways that serve major traffic movements or major traffic corridors. While they may provide access to abutting land, their primary function is to serve traffic moving through the area.
A major roadway, primarily for through-traffic.
A major street, primarily for through traffic, usually with unlimited access to adjacent streets.
A major highway, primarily for through traffic, usually on a continuous route.
a major roadway in a city or urban area that collects traffic and may be connected to the freeway system. Some examples in the I-15 North Corridor project area include Washington Avenue , Lake Mead Boulevard , and Craig Road .
an arterial is a major roadway in a city or urban area that collects traffic and feeds it to the freeway system. Arterials are usually the roadways first plowed after a snowstorm to ensure adequate traffic flow.