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. The judge, Eduard Chuvashov, was found in the doorway of an apartment block at 24, Strelbishchensky bystreet, a law enforcement...
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 exhibition aims to involve and promote a culture of safety among all categories of society, to highlight efforts in this aspect and attract the largest segment to learn techniques and devices used for road safety.
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.