Broadway in New York is often accepted on the East Coast (of the United States) as being the longest street in the world. Its total length is over 400 miles, although it is not called Broadway the entire way. It begins in Lower Manhattan (in New York City) and runs in a true north-south line all the way up New York State, near the Canadian border.
On the West Coast, Route 101, finished in 1926, runs well over 808 miles in a true north-south line -- and it is called Route 101 the entire distance. Parts of it have been overlaid by creeping freeways in recent years, and long sections remain narrow, ill-marked 2-lane roads. But from 1 mile east of downtown Los Angeles all the way to the Oregon border it is, in fact, an uninterrupted road with one name.
Stroget is not the longest pedestrian "street" in the world as it is not a street but a zone made of at least 6 different streets. It is the longest pedestrian zone in the world. The longest pedestrian street in Europe is Rue Sainte Catherine in Bordeaux.
Canada's longest street is Ontario's Yonge Street. Yonge Street is also the world's longest street. It is 1896 km (1178 mi) long and runs between Toronto, Ontario, and Rainy River, Ontario.
The world's longest street is Yonge Street, which is a whopping 1,178 miles (1,896 km) in length. It begins at Toronto's lakeshore and, after a change of name to "Hwy. 11" ends at Rainy River on the Ontario/Minnesota border.
the longest street in the us is chambers road
William Roache who plays the roll of Ken Barlow on Coranation Street is the longest running soap actor in the world