So streets, avenues and roads are the main names for our passages. But here are some other common road definitions.

Boulevard: A wide street with trees and other vegetation on one or both sides and, often, a median to divide traffic.
Court: A street ending in a loop or a circle, aka a cul-de-sac.
Crescent: A winding, curved road that typically attaches to another road at each end.
Drive: A long road that winds around a geographical feature such as a river or mountain.
Lane: A narrow road that typically leads to a residential zone. Lanes are often found in rural areas.
Place: A road or street with a dead end that’s not a loop or circle.
Terrace: A street following the upper portion of a slope.
Way: A small street branching off a road. These passages are usually short and often feature a dead end.