back road

back′ road′

a little-used, often unpaved country road.
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3 feet wide and looks different from any billboard anyone's ever seen beside a freeway or back road.
About half a mile before you arrive at Frongoch, follow the appropriate signs for the Eisteddfod by turning left and following the back road into the car parks.
In the interest of safety party organisers are being advised to consider holding their Jubilee celebrations off the road, on green space or on a culde-sac or back road.
Obviously the planners didn't look at this potential problem when the hospital was built and could they not open up the back road leading to the private hospital to help with the congestion at peak times?
The families of Kerry Canepotatoe and Melissa Rabbitskin are filing a lawsuit against the RCMP and the provincial government after the women found themselves stranded on a back road in April 2010.
Police were forced to close off a section of a busy back road after discovering that thieves had taken vital components from a gas main.
The road was closed at the Great Burdon to Sedgefield back road junction for several hours.
The section of the A483 between Newtown and Llandrindod Wells is like an Anglesey back road.
The initial findings are expected to back road charging as a method of getting traffic moving and raising vital funding for public transport.
The Back Road to Crazy: Stories from the Field (University of Utah Press, $19.
From the moment we meet our dubious hero, Logan Baird, being "launched skyward, tumbling ass over HUMVEE," on a "bomb-pitted Bosnian back road," the reader is hooked.
It has joined forces with national road safety organisation Brake to back Road Safety Week, from September 23-29.