Noun Concept
Categories: Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2014, Routes, All articles needing additional references, Types of thoroughfares, Controlled-access highways
expressway  freeway  motorway  pike  state highway
A state highway, state road, or state route is usually a road that is either numbered or maintained by a sub-national state or province. Wikipedia
A controlled-access highway is a type of highway that has been designed for high-speed vehicular traffic, with all traffic flow—ingress and egress—regulated. Wikipedia
Common name for different types of limited-access highways. Wikipedia Disambiguation
Highway designed exclusively for high-speed vehicular traffic, with all traffic flow and ingress/egress regulated Wikidata
Highway owned by the state, either a reference to the national government or a specific state Wikidata
A wide road built for fast moving traffic travelling long distances, with a limited number of points at which drivers can enter and leave it. OmegaWiki
A large road on which cross traffic has been replaced by bridges, underpasses and ramps, in order to improve speed, safety, throughput, fuel consumption and ease of driving. Wiktionary
A road built for high speed traffic, but not up to motorway standards or designated a motorway. Wiktionary
A road designed for safe, high-speed operation of motor vehicles through the elimination of at-grade intersections, usually divided and having at least two lanes in each direction; a dual carriageway with no at-grade crossings, a motorway. Wiktionary
A broad highway designed for high speed traffic, having restrictions on the vehicle types permitted and merging lanes instead of cross traffic; in parts of the United States and other places called freeway. Wiktionary
Broad highway. Wiktionary (translation)
An expressway, especially one designed for high speeds. Wiktionary
US An expressway especially one designed for high speeds. Wiktionary (translation)
A broad highway fit for high-speed traffic; a thoroughfare. Wiktionary
WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet