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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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2], of a short traffic lane depends on the number of vehicles, [N.
Adding 80-plus EmX trips per day, along with traffic-blocking bus stops, to a corridor that has had its through traffic lanes reduced will only increase congestion and travel times for all modes of transportation.
Thenumber of traffic lanes have been reduced from four to two for about onemonth.
Reducing the number of traffic lanes would create room for bike lanes and wider sidewalks, making Willamette Street safer and more calm for everyone.
The South American army ant Eciton burchelli avoids epic gridlock by forming traffic lanes on its trail, explains Iain D.
The program solicited transportation providers via tenders to submit rates for heavy freight traffic lanes for a short period of time--typically six months.
Construction was required to secure several permits and discovered that its crew would not be allowed in the traffic lanes to track the bore with a walk-over location system during 'normal' working hours.
Principal traffic lanes lie east of the Rocky Mountains however the Company does provide select team service to the West Coast markets.
Eastbound traffic lanes being shifted to the south of their current location, while westbound traffic lanes will be shifted to the north of their current location.
Shoulder areas will be widened, but no traffic lanes will be added.
By increasing the number of people carried in each rush-hour vehicle, traffic lanes are able to do the job for which they were intended -- to move commuters efficiently.
The 65 kilometer long section of A 7 between the Hamburg-Nordwest and the Bordesholm highway junctions will get a total of six traffic lanes, south of the Hamburg-Nordwest junction eight traffic lanes.