Most common street names in America

The U.S. Census Bureau reports in the 1993 Census and You

* Second (10,866)

* Third (10,131)

* First (9,898)

* Fourth (9,190)

* Park (8,926)

* Fifth (8,186)

* Main (7,644)

* Sixth (7,283)

* Oak (6,946)

* Seventh (6,377)

* Pine (6,170)

* Maple (6,103)

* Cedar (5,644)

* Eighth (5,524)

* Elm (5,233)

* View (5,202)

* Washington (4,974)

* Ninth (4,908)

* Lake (4,901)

* Hill (4,877)

It’s funny how “second” is first on this list. That’s because there’s a bunch of other names for “first” like main, center, state, etc.

It’s neat to break this list out into the most popular trees:

* Oak (6,946)

* Pine (6,170)

* Maple (6,103)

* Cedar (5,644)

* Elm (5,233)

Or by geographical features:

* Park (8,926)

* View (5,202)

* Lake (4,901)

* Hill (4,877)

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Georgie
Georgie
12 years ago

It’s a pity that all those towns are mostly identical. Without a GPS, one could not say where in the US he actually is. All streets of the same name, the same shape, the same building styles … Your cities are more of the … type that any town in any other part of the world.

iranski
iranski
12 years ago

not satisfied with the list of the street names…i know that there’s a lot more of it..so please do search most of it..i really am interested…

angel
angel
11 years ago

wtf? seriously – not happy with the street names here – there are none as far as i can see i totally agrees with iranski and DISAGREE with keisha – like what are you, an omelet?

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago

i agree angel i’m not very plesed with the street names either.

Craig
Craig
10 years ago

I wonder where Broadway ranks. I’ve been through about 10 towns in the last 2 years with a Broadway St or Avenue

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