A carriageway is the paved or otherwise improved portion of a public road (or privatedriveway) that is intended to beused by motorized or non-motorized vehicles. Carriageways can be separated from each other by kerbs, ditches, fences, walls, or other physical barriers. They can also be divided by the type of traffic they are intended to accommodate. A carriageway can have a different name within its community, such as a “drive” or “parking lane”. In many places, especially in urban areas such as citiesor large towns, carriageways are frequently used to host other forms of activity besidesdriving, such as parking, loading, dropping off, walking, biking, skating, etc. Carriageways can be helpful in different ways. First of all, they can be helpful in the sense that they create a clear path for the traffic to follow: they are direct routes (carriageways) that takes us fromone point to another.