|Although it was not officially named, Witney Avenue in the and neighborhoods has been unofficially dubbed Avenue Z since it is the last street which runs parallel to Avenue Y||Underpass• Sources [ ]• Lake 4,901• It is also common in some places to shorten the official name of streets which have long names|
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Plain• ", while people in often refer to as "King Drive".
|Hill 4,877 The reason for "Second" and "Third" streets being more common than "First" is that some cities do not have "First" streets — naming them "Main" or "Front" in communities with river, lake or railroad line instead, or renaming them after historical figures|
|View• Radial• properties shall be numbered from the start of a street, with odd numbers on the left and even numbers on the right;• It may variously be referred to by locals as Al-Nahhasin "Coppersmith Bazaar" or Souq Al-Attarin "Spices Bazaar" or Souq Al-Sagha "Goldsmith and Jeweler Bazaar" , according to historical uses, as in "" above||In the city plan for , north-south streets were numbered away from the in both directions, while east-west streets were lettered away from the Capitol in both directions and diagonal streets were named after various States of the Union|
, , and all have areas named for the characters in.
|Some streets are named after the areas that the street connects||All streets bear a directional prefix indicating their position relative to State and Madison, which is never omitted when writing an address and rarely in speech|
|The of a street name is sometimes very obvious, but at other times it might be obscure or even forgotten||296 2|
are often named after the town they route traffic around, for example the.27