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gridlock

obstruction of urban traffic caused by queues of vehicles forming across junctions and causing further queues to form in the intersecting streets
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The total cost of a Gridlock security system is designed to have an installed cost well under 1% of the total cost of a typical installation, and for homeowners can be installed on a do-it-yourself basis by mechanically inclined individuals, providing further costs savings.
More and more cars are ending up on our roads each year, an end to the gridlock does not look in sight.
I don't know, but if we can't break the current policy and program gridlock on the federal forests, where can we do it?
The decision to partner with Marshall Media to broadcast Gridlock NYE online in HD was based on their ability to deliver a truly unique digital media experience," said Matthew Gavin, CEO of Hardball Productions.
color) Los Angeles commuters, seen here on the 405, waste 93 hours a year stalled in freeway gridlock - the worst in the nation for more than a decade.
Deputy Rabbitte blamed the LUAS works and other traffic problems for the current gridlock.
Sponsored by Councilman Sala Udin and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, Coneman's "Don't Gridlock Please" campaign is aimed at educating commuters about the City's more vigorous enforcement of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code, which prohibits drivers from entering an intersection or crosswalk unless there is sufficient space on either side.
Such arrangements could go far to reduce the appeal of opportunism and increase the perceived advantages of collaboration, and thus lessen the dilemmas that give rise to economic gridlock.
Our goal is to empower dialogue and cross-pollination of best practices - to break the gridlock in telework," said Stephen W.
Bus service has miserably failed to solve the gridlock problem in L.
Traffic data and trends indicate that adding just a few minutes of delay to each airline flight in the United States will bring the aviation system to gridlock with dramatic negative impacts on the economy.
A GARDA traffic initiative launched yesterday is a "PR stunt" and won't alleviate Dublin's worsening gridlock, according to a city councillor.