multilane (not comparable)

  1. (of a road or of vehicular traffic) Having more than one lane of traffic traveling in at least one direction.
    • 1972, "Away from Highways," Time, 27 Mar.,
      The Government since 1956 has laced the U.S. with 33,000 miles of multilane highways.
    • 2002, "Mail Call: Ten Years From Now," Newsweek, 28 Oct.,
      What fascinated me the most were the futuristic superhighways, multilane ribbons of traffic filled with cars, buses and trucks.
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