metropolitan area 
Vast urban concentration consisting of a city and its suburbs.
A population center that is often rural and usually smaller than a city.
central business district
Area that contains the highest concentration of uildings in which the city’s economic activities are carried out.
Location that contains all the technical and commercial facilities needed to support air traffic.
Area of land designed for playing golf; it features a course of 9 or 18 holes.
Set of tracks where freight trains are reconfigured to contain cargo cars with the same destination and then dispatched.
Covered building for the public where trains and passengers arrive and depart.
Communications route connecting two distant geographic points, usually urban centers.
Building designed to hold trade shows and fairs (auto shows, book fairs, agricultural fairs, etc.).
Area for cars to park.
Building used to store merchandise.
Industrial building where machines are used to process raw materials, manufacture products and produce energy.
Area with installations and equipment to store, sort and handle freight containers.
Docking area for watercraft; it is designed to allow passengers to embark and disembark and to load and unload cargo.
Large building that is covered or uncovered and surrounded by grandstands; it contains a field used for athletic events.
A pair of parallel rails laid end to end and on which trains run.
High-speed road that circles the downtown area, making it possible to divert traffic away from downtown or connect two outlying communities.
Construction connecting several roads or highways that meet without crossing.
Large thoroughfare with separate one-way lanes and no crossing streets; reserved for high-speed traffic.
Plant where substances such as sugar and oil are processed.
Site designated for waste disposal.