bystreet

by·street

 (bī′strēt′)
n.
A side street.

bystreet

(ˈbaɪˌstriːt)
n
an obscure or secondary street
References in classic literature ?
I have made my way through all sorts of bystreets and alleys.
Example 4: Assume instead that N purchased a house on a bystreet that was not well-traveled.
According to security sources, the accident took place on a bystreet when Khalil Daghidi, 70, lost control of his black Pathfinder Jeep and drove it into a tractor, killing its two riders
An armed attack on the judge was made in Strelbishchensky bystreet.
Muscat , Aug 9 (ONA) Two citizens from the Wilayat of Nizwa died yesterday evening in a collision between a vehicle and a motorcycle that occurred on the bystreet in Birkat Al Mouz in the A'Dakhiliyah Region.
Tirana is a beautiful and charming city surrounded by a chain of mountains with a circular shape, the main streets are lovely, but most of the bystreets need either maintenance, paving or re-opening.
Mezzeh highway and its bystreets were the main track for the participants in the tour, which lasted for 40 minutes.
The Director General of Traffic said that a large number of advanced fixed, mobile and portable speed monitoring radars have been installed, as part of the National Strategy for the Reduction of Traffic Accidents for the years 2011-2020, to cover all main and bystreets.
The source pointed out that most of an armed rebel group's members who attempted to infiltrate into Bustan al-Qaser from several narrow bystreets were killed, while others fled, leaving their weapons and ammunition.