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Automobiles in New York

Automobiles driving down a New York City road.

A road was a thoroughfare built to allow for ease of travel. A public road was generally called a street. There were also many other types of roads, such as, alleys avenues, boulevards, drives, freeways, highways, interstates, off-ramps, railroads and tubes.

In 2256, when Michael Burnham asks Captain Gabriel Lorca how a starship could travel on spores, he tells her to imagine a microscopic web that spans the entire cosmos that functions as an intergalactic ecosystem with infinite roads leading everywhere. (DIS: "Context Is for Kings")

The poem "Saturn Rings" referred to a generic Martian road. (TOS: "Charlie X")

During Benjamin Sisko's childhood or early adulthood, his father Joseph Sisko would often tell him, "the road to hell is paved with good intentions." (DS9: "In the Pale Moonlight")

During the early industrial era, roads become commonplace on Kelemane's planet. (VOY: "Blink of an Eye")

Chakotay once recited to Captain Kathryn Janeway a line from Dante's Inferno, and how he agreed with it, telling her that if you always see the road ahead of you, it is not always worth the trip. (VOY: "Shattered")

A Talaxian expression was "When the road before you splits in two, take the third path." (VOY: "Author, Author")

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