Road may be divided into four types
A Road is a smooth path carved out on land for easy movement of people, goods and vehicles from one place to another. These days a road would usually mean an established pathway for the easy movement of vehicles or other form of locomotives from one place to another.
- Private road
- 2 lane road
- Dual carriage ways
- Express way
2 lane Road
This means for example, the drive way to your house. Road managed by local community or estate. A private road can be individually or organizationally owned and maintained.
2 lane road
Two lane roads are single carriageways. Traffic flows in opposite direction on each lane. Two lane roads are common in rural and urban areas. Speed limit on this type of road is low because it has too many access points.
Dual carriage way is a type of roadway in traffic in opposite directions is separated by a central reservation or barrier. In each traffic direction, the road may consist of multiple lanes. Dual carriage ways are designed to very high standards so it can double as a free or motorway.
Express ways are roads built for speed. To encourage this, there is controlled and limited access into these types of roads. They are built to the highest of standards. Expressways are dual carriage ways clearly separated by central reservation or barrier.
Expressways have the highest acceptable speed limits.