6. Dyre/Dyer Avenue (Manhattan, The Bronx)
In this rare scenario of reversed borough fortunes, Dyre Avenue of the Bronx is longer, more prominent, and more well-known than its homonym, Dyer Avenue of Manhattan. The Bronx version carries an eponymous Subway line of the former IRT and is known as a commercial spine for the Eastchester neighborhood. Manhattan’s Dyer Avenue is nothing more than a glorified three-block extension of the Lincoln Tunnel‘s entrance ramp. Things only get more dire for this Dyer, as it is so short that it hosts no building addresses.