crossroads /ˈkrɔːsrəʊdz/ (n) a place where two roads meet and cross each other Example: Be careful when you cross that crossroads.
fork /fɔːk/ a tool with a handle and three or four sharp points (called prongs ), used for picking up and eating food Example:
pedestrian crossing /pɪˈdɛstrɪən krɒsɪŋ/ a part of a road where vehicles must stop to allow people to cross Example:
road sign /rəʊd saɪn/ (n) a sign near a road giving information or instructions to drivers Example: There are many road signs along this street.
roundabout /ˈraʊndəbaʊt/ a place where two or more roads meet, forming a circle that all traffic must go around in the same direction Example:
sidewalk /ˈsʌɪdwɔːk/ a flat part at the side of a road for people to walk on Example:
signpost /ˈsʌɪnpəʊst/ a sign at the side of a road giving information about the direction and distance of places Example:
speed limit /spiːd ˈlɪmɪt/ the highest speed at which you can legally drive on a particular road Example:
toll /təʊl/ money that you pay to use a particular road or bridge Example:
traffic /ˈtræfɪk/ (n) the vehicles that are on a road at a particular time Example: They were stuck in traffic and missed their flight.
traffic light /ˈtræfɪk laɪt/ (n) a set of lights that controls the traffic on a road. The red, orange and green lights show when you must stop and when you can go. Example: You should stop when the traffic light turns red.