A road or way open to the use of the public, especially a paved main road or thoroughfare between towns; in the latter sense it contrasts with local street; as, on the highways and byways.
Any road, street, parkway, or freeway/expressway that included right-of-way, bridges, railroad-highway crossings, tunnels, drainage structures, signs, guardrails, and protective structures in connection with highways.
Is any road, street, parkway, or freeway/expressway that includes rights-of-way, bridges, railroad-highway crossings, tunnels, drainage structures, signs, guardrail, and protective structures in connection with highways. The highway further includes that portion of any interstate or international bridge or tunnel and the approaches thereto (23 U.S.C. 101a). (FHWA2)
Specialized unit in the NYPD responsible for patrolling the parkways and highways that wind through New York City. Highway RMPs are easily distingiushed from other RMP's by their roof-mounted emergency lights. Highway officers also ride large motorcycles and are trained in EVOC. See also: RMP.
Road and/or footway (usually adopted by the County Council for the purpose of maintenance).
A word for roads, coming from the Roman habit of building elevated roads to avoid ambush.
a major road for any form of motor transport
a major arterial road within a city, or linking several cities together
a major road A road is a strip of land, smoothed or otherwise prepared to allow easier travel, connecting two or more destinations
a major road provide access over a wide area, usually between urban centers
a major road with a state number
a major road within a city, orlinking several cities together
a major thoroughfare connecting major destinations
a major thoroughfare that is part of a transportation network
an open, public, outdoor transport facility
a passage, road and street which every person has a right to use
a passage, road, or street, which every Citizen has a "RIGHT" to use
a public right of passage over another man's land
a public road, which every citizen of the state has aright to use for the purpose of travel
a public way for the use of the public in general, for passage and traffic, without distinction
a public way open and free to any one who has occasion to pass along it on foot or with any kind of vehicle
a public way that is typically a main or direct road
a road or way upon which all persons have a right to travel at pleasure
a road that is maintained by a governmental entity and that is used by the public for vehicular traffic
a road that is open to public use by right and law
a straight, major, paved road
a thoroughfare used by the public for the passage of vehicles carrying people and goods from place to place (BLM Instruction Memorandum No
a way open to the public at large, for travel or transportation,without distinction, discrimination , or restriction
a way or place of whatever nature, publicly maintained and open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular or bicycle travel
a way over which the public at large have a right of passage, whether it be a carriage way, a horse way, a footway, or a navigable river
a way over which there is a public right of way
A general term for denoting a public way for purposes of travel by vehicular and/or pedestrian travel, including the entire area within the right-of-way.
A principal road in a road system.
a road or way open to the public as a right for the purpose of passing and repassing.
Technically, any public road, regardless of size. Most commonly, a paved road which carries traffic at high speeds.
Term used to describe higher capacity roads; also includes rights of way, bridges, railroad crossings, tunnels, drainage structures, signs, guardrails, and protective structures in connection with highways.
A public street which any member of the public has the right to use provided they obey the laws governing its use. The use of a highway is therefore a privilege and not an absolute right.
A route along which members of the public have a right to pass and repass. Highways are all public, and may be footpaths, bridleways, or carriageways. Technically the highway is the route, the right of way is the right to use it.
most drunk driving statues require that the driving be done on certain kinds of roads in order to constitute an offense, such as â€œany public highwayâ€ or â€œhighways and elsewhere throughout the state.â€ Defense counsel should establish whether the client was actually driving on the type of road specified by the statute.
In common parlance, a road which offers higher speed limits than a normal urban street. In legal parlance, any road which is available to use by the public.
the driveable surface of a constructed road
Term applied to roads, streets, and parkways, and also includes rights-of-way, bridges, railroad crossings, tunnels, drainage structures, signs, guard rails, and protective structures in connection with highways.
main road, trunk road; motorway
See Street or Highway.
Highway is a term commonly used in the United States to designate major roads intended for travel by the public between important destinations, such as cities.
Highway is a commercial U.S. feature film released in 2002. The film is a road trip movie with nearly the entire film taking place on a drive through part of the western United States. The DVD edition is marked as English language only and was released by New Line Home Entertainment.