Transport in Caudonia
Transport in Caudonia consists mostly of paved roads and waterways.
The national road network totals around 404.35 metres (1326.6 feet), all of which is paved. Roads are numbered using a numbering scheme similar to the numbering scheme of Great Britain; each road is assigned a letter, which represents the road's category, followed by a 1 or 2 digit number. Odd numbered roads run north-south and even numbered roads run east-west.
Traffic signs and signals are governed by the Manual on Traffic Control Devices, which has been based on the British equivalent.
M roads, or motorways, are large dual carriageway roads which have been designed for high-speed vehicular traffic. These do not have traffic signals, intersections or property access. They are free of any at-grade crossings with other roads, railways, or pedestrian paths, which are instead carried by overpasses.
Caudonia does not currently have any motorways. This classification was created for intended future use.
A roads are the primary non-motorway roads in Caudonia. These are usually single carriageway roads but can also be dual carriageway. Because of Caudonia's small size, the A road network within Caudonia is not very large. The Department of Transport has given certain roads outside of Caudonia A road designations because of their importance in connecting the Caudonian transport network.
|A2||US 224, Boardman, OH||OH 172, Massillon, OH||104 km||Completed|
B roads are minor trunk roads in Caudonia. Like with A roads, the Department of Transport has given certain roads outside of Caudonia B road designations because of their importance in connecting the Caudonian transport network.
|B1||US 224, Boardman, OH||US 20, Cleveland, OH||117 km||Completed|
|B2||US 224, Boardman, OH||US 224, Akron, OH||86 km||Completed|
|B3||OH 7, Boardman, OH||PA 51, Pittsburgh, PA||91 km||Completed|