airway

A specified route used by aircraft to fly from one airport to another.

aisle

A passage between rows of seats in a church, cinema, aircraft, etc. or between shelves in a supermarket.

alley/alleyway

A narrow passageway between or behind buildings in a city.

 

A route in a garden or park between trees or shrubs for recreational walking.

ambulatory

A covered walkway that can be found in a church, monastery, hospital, etc.

arcade

A covered passageway with shops along one or both sides.

artery

An important route in a traffic or transport system.

autobahn

An expressway in Germany and other German speaking countries (Austria and Switzerland).

autostrada

An expressway in Italy.

avenue

A broad road or path with trees along both sides.

boulevard

A wide city street with trees on each side.

bridge

A structure that supports a road, railway or path over a river, railway, road, etc. to provide a passage across for vehicles or people.

bypass

An alternative route such as a main road or highway that passes around an urban or congested area so that traffic can be diverted from it.

bypath

A secluded little-used path, especially in the country.

byroad/byway

A side road little travelled.

carriageway

Each of the two sides of a dual carriageway, consisting of two or more lanes.

 

catwalk

A long, narrow platform extending from the stage, along which models walk to display clothes in a fashion show.

 

A narrow, elevated walkway used to provide access or allow movement for workers as in a construction site, etc.

causeway

A raised road or track across wet ground or water.

clearway

A road on which vehicles are not allowed to stop unless they break down.

cloister

A covered passage round an open courtyard, especially in a religious institution.

 

corridor

A long, narrow passageway with rooms on both sides opening onto it.

 

A passage that provides access to train compartments, ship cabins, etc.

crosswalk

A place on a road marked off for traffic to stop and pedestrians to walk across.

detour

An alternative route for temporary use by traffic when the usual road is closed.

drive/driveway

A private road that connects a public road to a house, garage, etc.

esplanade

A long stretch of open level area beside the sea for people to walk along.

expressway

A multilane highway for fast moving traffic with few if any intersections.

flyover

A bridge along which a road or railway line passes over another road.

flagging

A pavement or walk laid with flagstones.

footbridge

A bridge that is used by people who walk.

footpath

A narrow path, especially in the countryside, for people to walk along,

footway

A path used by pedestrians.

freeway

An express highway with no intersections.

 

A highway without toll charges.

gangway

A raised platform used as a passage.

 

A removable bridge linking a ship to the shore for people to get on and off.

 

A passage between two rows of seats, for example in an aircraft, cinema, or bus.

ginnel

A narrow passageway between buildings.

hallway

A corridor in a building or a passageway between the entrance and the interior of a building.

highway

A main public road that connects towns and cities.

lane

A narrow road in the countryside, or a narrow street in the city.

 

A designated route for ships or aircraft to follow.

mall

A sheltered public walk; a promenade.

motorway

A wide road with at least three lanes meant for fast traffic and long distant travel.

overpass

A bridge that supports a road or railway passes over another road or railway line.

parade

A public walk or promenade for strolling.

parkway

A wide road that passes through a garden or park-like landscape, usually with plantings on the roadside and on the divider separating the road on which traffic travel in opposite directions.

paseo

A street, walkway, or plaza for strolling.

passage

A way along which someone or something may pass.

passageway

A long, narrow way that provides passage.

path/ pathway

A way or track that leads from one place to another.

pavement

A stretch of paved surface of an area that is a little higher than the road for pedestrians to walk on, on one or both sides of the road.

promenade

A paved or grassy level stretch of public place beside a river or sea for a leisurely walk.  

ramp

An inclined slip road leading onto or off a main road or highway.

road/ roadway

A long public way, hard surfaced for vehicles to travel on between places.

route

A way such as a road, path, etc. for transportation or travel from one place to a destination.

shortcut

An alternative route that is shorter than the usual one.

sidewalk

A paved walkway along the side of a street for use by pedestrians; a pavement.

skywalk

An enclosed overhead walkway between two buildings.

skyway

A designated route regularly used by aircraft when flying from one airport to another.

 

speedway

A track used for racing motorcycles or special automobiles.

 

A highway for fast-moving traffic.

street

A paved public road in a city or town, usually with buildings and pavements on one or both sides.

superhighway

A broad highway, often with six or more lanes, used for high-speed traffic.

subway

An underground passage under a road for use by pedestrians.

thoroughfare

A main road from one place to another.

thruway

A broad highway for high-speed traffic that can enter or exit at certain points.

towpath

A path alongside a river, canal or other inland waterway used by animals for towing boats.

track

A path or trail made by repeated passage of people, animals, or vehicles rather than constructed.

trail

A beaten path through rough country such as a forest.

tramway

A track with rails along which a tram or streetcar runs.

tunnel

A passage underground, through a mountain, or under a body of water for road or rail traffic.

turnpike

A road on which the driver pays a toll for using it.

underpass

A road or railway passing under another road or a railway.

viaduct

A long, high bridge carrying a road or railway over a wide valley, lowland, etc.

walk

A route for leisurely stroll.

 

walkway

A passage or a raised passageway for walking along from one place, building, etc. to another.

 

A wide path for walking in a park or garden.

way

A road, track, path, or street that can be used to go from one place to another.