On the Fediverse, Christian Lawson-Perfect asks :

Who can find a street with a number in its name that’s bigger than the number of any building on that street?

Well, it’s not hard to find Million Street in Athens, Tenessee, for instance.

Then there’s Billion Dollar Road in Conewango, New York.

But that’s small change compared to Trillion Street NW in West Salem, Oregon, which is… probably one of the smallest streets in the world:

Google Maps screen shot for area around Trillion Street NW, West Salem, Oregon, USA. The street appears to be about 85 feet long if you include half the width of the intersecting Chapman Hill Drive NW.

Trillion Street NW, West Salem, Oregon

I haven’t found Quadrillion Boulevard or Quintillion Parkway. But there is this:

Google Maps screen shot for area around Infinity St, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Infinity Street, Mississauga, Ontario

“Not a number!” CL-P objects. Well, fair. Not a real number. But what about surreal numbers ?

Description of { 0, 1, 2, 3, ... | }  = ω and {0 | 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, ... } = ε from Wikipedia article on surreal numbers

If you allow them, maybe Omega Avenue in Austin, Texas is better:

Google Maps screen shot for area around Omega St, Austin, Texas, USA

Omega Avenue, Austin, Texas

You can also find streets whose name contains a number smaller than the number of any building on that street, such as Epsilon Street in Gallup, New Mexico:

Google Maps screen shot for area around Epsilon St, Gallup, New Mexico, USA

Though Zero Avenue in Bonanza, Arizona, USA is slightly better.

Google Maps screen shot for area around Zero Avenue, Bonanza, Ariozona, USA

Zero Avenue, Bonanza, Arizona, USA

Anyway, BRB, going to build a short street and name it TREE(3) Lane.