List of streets in New Eiffel

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New Eiffel has nine streets, the first streets were designated on 28 December 2019, !khās Street and Seat Street. Seat Street was later re-designated as a square, and stripped of its street status. All streets have since been proclaimed by the Minister of Transportation.[1]

List

Street Route[2] Notes
ǃkhās Street New Eiffel Main Route 1 "ǃkhās" means flower in the Khoekhoe language,[3] however it is unknown why !khās Street was named after the word.[1]
Diamond Street of the Esteemed Gems Prince Zarel I Road
Dead Tree Lane
[1]
Dead Tree Street Dead Tree Lane[4] [1]
Gæ Pis Street New Eiffel Main Route 1 [1]
Randouler Street J25 Formerly called La-la-lee La-da-dee La-da-da-dee Da-le-la-la La-la-dee La-la-la-lee Da-da-la-dee La-la-lee La-da-da-dee La-de-da Street.[1]
Leon Montan is Gay Street Dead Tree Lane Formerly known as Bruh Street. Named after Leon Montan.[1]
Norton Street New Eiffel Main Route 1 Named after Emperor Norton I.[1]
Smith Street J16 Only street on the J16.[1]
Worker's Street Only street not located on an officially designated road.[1]
Új Repülő Street New Eiffel Main Route 1 [1]

By date designated

Street Designated Notes
!khās Street 28 December 2019 First street designated alongside Seat Street.[1]
Új Repülő Street 9 February 2020 [1]
Gæ Pis Street 26 February 2020 [1]
Smith Street 10 March 2020 [1]
Norton Street 10 March 2020 [1]
Randouler Street 10 March 2020 Formerly designated as La-la-les Street.[1]
Leon Montan is Gay Street 10 March 2020 Formerly designated as Bruh Street.[1]
Dead Tree Street 10 March 2020 [1]
Diamond Street of the Esteemed Gems 10 March 2020 [1]
Worker's Street 12 May 2020 [1]

Former streets

There is one former street.[1]

Street Designated Defunct
Seat Street 28 December 2019 9 February 2020

Streets named after people

Three streets have been named after people while one has been named after a family, Norton Street, named after Emperor Norton, Leon Montan is Gay Street, Smith Street (named after the House of Smith ruling house) and Randouler Street, named after Nicholas Randouler.

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