transport network

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transport network

[′tranz‚pȯrt ‚net‚wərk]
(engineering)
The complete system of the routes pertaining to all means of transport available in a particular area, made up of the network particular to each means of transport.
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Tenders are invited for The subject of this tender is Selection of a contractor for the implementation of consultancy services under the project "Urban network development of the village of Gavril Genovo, Georgi Damyanovo, Godejda, Meliane and Dulgi del village, Georgi Damyanovo municipality" on two distinct positions "OP 1: Preparation of the project" Urban network development of the village of Gavril Genovo, Georgi Damyanovo village, Godezhda village, Melian village and Dalgi del village, Georgi Damyanovo municipality "for application under sub-measure 7.
Failure to comply with some of the requirements will penalize operators serving a given line from the urban network.
The collaboration is aimed at building the first ever high-speed Super Urban Network to service the greater Denver region.
In order to develop the argument lets have a look at the group of cities that conform the urban network along the Solimoes River in the state of Amazonas, Brazil.
So cities and their thresholds have an important role in release development toward down and also urban network have an important role to guide this development to the lower level of permanent urban development.
Add to this the almost complete lack of any sort of planning for the areas between the ringroad and precinct, and the mess the ring road made of the urban network that existed pre war.
One very important Naxal, who worked as a Maoist and for the urban network, has been arrested," Gupta said.
Jane Battersby * is the Cape Town Partner of the African Food Security Urban Network (AFSUN) and is a researcher at the African Centre for Cities at the University of Cape Town (UCT).
The vehicle is a solution for customers who operate in the passenger transport sector, both in town and for rapid transfer outside the urban network.
On February 8, an Istanbul prosecutor ordered Turkey's chief intelligence official to testify in an investigation into an alleged urban network of the terrorist PKK organization.
In this long process, which started in the 1600s, with the arrival of Europeans in western North America, cities played different roles, moving from a secondary position within the European colonization process to a prominent role in the global urban network in the twenty-first century.
Merseyrail is an urban network of vital importance to the transport infrastructure of Liverpool and Merseyside, and is one of the most intensively used networks in the UK with almost 800 train services daily and 350 trains at the weekend.

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