listen to the pronunciation of expressway
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
expres yol
{i} ekspres yol
{i} otoban

Bu otoban Tokyo'yu Nagoya ile bağlar. - This expressway connects Tokyo with Nagoya.

Otoban geçiş ücretini ödemen için tam değişime sahip olmalısın. - You need to have exact change to pay the toll of the expressway.


Tomei Otoyolu, Nagoya ile Tokyo'yu bağlar. - The Tomei Expressway connects Tokyo with Nagoya.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A road built to freeway standards
A divided highway, usually 4 lanes or wider in size, where direct access to adjacent properties has been eliminated
A road built for high speed traffic, but not up to motorway standards or designated a motorway
An expressway is a divided highway facility usually having two or more lanes for the exclusive use of traffic in each direction and partial control of access (as opposed to a freeway which has full control of access)
On the East Coast, an expressway is the catchall term for a grade separated limited access highway In California an expressway is simply a limited access highway; essentially a freeway with at grade intersections, but divided and built to freeway standards Technically, in California all expressways are freeways, but in general practice expressways are a different entity Originally many current freeways were constructed as expressways during the late 1940s and early 1950s and had grade separated interchanges added later Examples of expressways include SR-111/SR-86 between Indio and El Centro, SR-152 between SR-99 and the Pacheco Pass, and SR-76 to the north and east of Oceanside
An arterial highway with at least partial control of access, where limits are placed on number and types of intersecting streets, roads and driveways An expressway may or may not be divided or have separations at intersections
a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
an expressway is a limited access, divided highway Limited access means that there are no driveways or minor streets that intersect the highway, but access may be achieved at spaced traffic lights, interchanges, or stop signs In some cities, such as Chicago, "expressway" is used synonymously with a road built to full freeway standards
a divided highway for through traffic with two or more lanes in each direction of travel Access is only available by signalized intersections and frequently there are grade separations at major intersections
An expressway is a wide road that is specially designed so that a lot of traffic can move along it very quickly. It is usually divided, so that traffic travelling in one direction is separated from the traffic travelling in the opposite direction. a wide road in a city on which cars can travel very quickly without stopping freeway, motorway
{i} highway designed for high-speed traffic, superhighway
A multilane, divided highway designed to move large volumes of traffic at high speeds under free-flow conditions Expressways have full control of access with grade-separated interchanges (4) See Grade Separation
- A multi-lane divided highway having a minimum of two lanes of traffic for each direction Access is very limited, mostly through interchanges Some at-grade intersections may remain Generally, this is an interim stage for divided highways being upgraded to a freeway
A divided arterial highway for through traffic with full or partial control of access and generally with grade separations at intersections
plural of expressway