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Lane

(lān),
William Arbuthnot, English surgeon, 1856-1943. See: Lane band, Lane disease.
A ‘corridor’ on an electrophoretic support medium
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Regarding financing, truck lane proposals generally have assumed that the new lanes would be paid for through tolls.
Since the full implementation of truck lane restrictions in 2001, truck crashes on interstates in South Carolina have increased slightly, but fatalities involving heavy trucks have decreased.
'We are applying the upgraded standards for Congressional Avenue Extension; private and public vehicle lanes will be 0.34 m thick while truck lanes will be 0.38 m thick,' Jimeno told the Inquirer.
A taskforce team was formed to man the special truck lane. It will inspect and pass the imported items, which are exempt from tariff payments in Laos.
He said the heavy traffic was triggered by the implementation of the "one truck lane" policy in Manila.
The RTGs on order will have a lifting capacity of 50 long tons while stacking 1-over-5 containers high and six plus truck lane wide.
Ben Nghe Ports new BOXHUNTER RTGs will have a lifting height of 1-over-5 and an operational width of 6 containers plus truck lane. They will be electrically powered by the latest cable reel system, and they will be equipped with GPS-based Auto-steering.
To address the effect on business, the MMDA approved a 24-hour express truck lane on Roxas Boulevard, which passes through Manila, Pasay and Paranaque.
The RTGs on order will have a lifting capacity of 40 tons while stacking 1-over-5 containers high and six plus truck lane wide.
San Diego said the truck lane will be enforced "anytime soon" as the MMDA and Quezon City officials will meet on Monday to iron out details such as the painting of roads markers.
Zapata added that while concessions, such as the 24-hour truck lane on Roxas Boulevard, were helpful in helping them complete their deliveries, other new measures might be confusing to truckers.
Ports are a warren of truck lanes and container stacks.