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A causeway is a road or railway elevated by a bank, usually across a broad body of water or wetland.
Causeway may also refer to:
- Battleship Parkway, commonly referred to "The Causeway", Mobile, Alabama
- Causeway, County Kerry, a village in the Republic of Ireland
- Causeway Bay, a heavily built-up area of Hong Kong
- Causeway Islands, four small islands near the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal.
- Causeway Road, a main road in Hong Kong
- Giant's Causeway, a rock formation in Northern Ireland
- Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, the world's second longest (24 miles) over-water bridge, located in Louisiana, United States
- Causeway Lane, the home ground of Matlock Town F.C., an English football club who play in the Northern Premier League Premier Division
- The Causeway, two bridges that span the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia
- The Johor-Singapore Causeway, which links Malaysia to Singapore
- "The Causeway" a short passage across Lake DeFrost that New City, New York to Congers, New York
- Causeway Bay (MTR), a station on MTR's Island line on Hong Kong Island
- Causeway Classic, the annual College football game between the University of California, Davis and the California State University, Sacramento; the Causeway Carriage is awarded to the winner
- Causeway Institute, an educational institution in Northern Ireland
- Causeway Point, one of the largest shopping malls in Singapore
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