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Noun
/ˈkarijˌwā/,
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carriageways, plural;
  1. Each of the two sides of a divided highway or expressway, each of which usually have two or more lanes

  2. The part of a road intended for vehicles rather than pedestrians


  1. one of the two sides of a motorway where traffic travels in one direction only usually in two or three lanes
  2. A carriageway is the main track of a road or a street, also known as roadway, driveway or carriage track.
  3. The part of a road that carries traffic
  4. Open passageway connecting the street to the rear courtyard of a Creole townhouse.
  5. That part of the Deck that includes all traffic lanes, hard shoulders, hard strips, and market strips. The carriageway width is the distance between raised kerbs, if there are any. ...
  6. A road regarded in its whole width, carriageway can be divided into traffic lanes, and these can be individually regarded as laneways. ...
  7. That portion of a road or bridge devoted to the use of vehicles, inclusive of shoulders and auxiliary lanes.
  8. Two lane road. See also Dual Carriageway.