tram lines

tram lines

the images of bronchial walls on a plain chest radiograph. When seen distally, indicative of bronchiectasis or chronic bronchitis; usually thickened; colloq., British.
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Contract notice: track constructions for repair of tram lines
Due to an accident on the tram lines 20 and 22, there are violations of the vehicle schedule.
The previous map only used letters to separate the different tram lines, making it difficult to visualise where tram lines cross over.
Changes have been applied to tram lines 3, 4, 7 and 9.
The Tallinn city government is working on a plan for an additional corridor for tram traffic through the center of the city to make tram services less vulnerable to malfunctions and accidents in the section currently used by all of the city's four tram lines.
In addition, there is the little matter of the hundreds of millions of our money squandered on failing to get over a dozen tram lines in place.
For years, an evening excursion meant a short ride with my grandfather on Tram Number 37 to the tram depot in Joka where Kolkata's tram lines ended then, and back.
The tram lines have proved, says this January's Today's Railways, "a massive success", but on the busway, the 17 metres buses), after only seven years of use, are now "saturated".
Below, all possible indicators are listed for the integration of new tram lines into the public transport system:
Cyclist Sara Reed suffered a broken collarbone and bruising last October when her bike wheel became trapped between tram lines on Princes Street.
A network of tram lines with stations every 500 metres would service areas beyond the reach of the metro, Al Otaiba said, adding that a regional train service was expected to be ready between 2025 and 2030.
The tram lines were not taken up 70 years ago, they were damaged beyond repair during the Blitz, and tram lines could not take us into the vast suburbs of Coventry today.