These roads are not common where I live (Canada.) So, I don't know the direct translation. There might be a word for it in other English speaking places.
But, there is a type of road with ridges on it. These ridges are "rumble strips." These are often placed in the middle or on the side of the road to prevent you from swerving into the ditch or into oncoming traffic. Sometimes they cover the whole road, to remind you a stop sign/speed bump/important intersection is approaching.
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