Interchange with four branches where the inside loops are for turning left and the direct links for turning right.
Far left traffic lane where faster-moving vehicles pass other traffic.
Part of the roadway demarcated by lines, each accommodating a single line of vehicles.
Far right traffic lane for slower-moving vehicles.
Start of the acceleration lane, parallel to the traffic lanes.
Large thoroughfare with separate one-way lanes and no crossing streets; reserved for high-speed traffic.
Raised part of a road or highway on which traffic flows over another highway or obstacle.
Wide circular curve for moving from one highway to another in order to change direction.
Connecting lane between two highways or between a road and a highway for changing direction.
Communications route connecting two distant geographic points, usually urban centers.
Start of the ramp for vehicles leaving the freeway.
Line demarcating the two lanes of the roadway and showing that passing is permitted.
Temporary lane where vehicles slow down after leaving the traffic lanes.
Temporary lane for vehicles intending to enter or exit the main lanes.
Groomed land between the various lanes of an interchange.
Parts of the roadway demarcated by lines, each accommodating a single line of vehicles.
End of the ramp where it meets the highway entrance.
Temporary lane where vehicles entering the freeway gain speed in order to safely merge into the traffic lane.