traffic flow

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traffic flow

[′traf·ik ‚flō]
(civil engineering)
The total number of vehicles passing a given point in a given time, expressed as vehicles per hour.
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"But once we were made aware of them we commissioned an independent traffic surveyor to carry out detailed traffic speed surveys at two points.
"Traffic speeds up as they are approaching Pullar Memorial Park.
The Texas Department of Transportation has worked with TTI and used similar real-time measures of traffic speeds to compile data specific to Texas congestion.
There is no doubt that something needs to be done to make Saar Road safer, but I fear that making it a dual carriageway will only increase traffic speed and pollution, making it more dangerous and unhealthy for pedestrians.
TRAFFIC speed outside a Rhyl school where an experimental 20mph limit was introduced has fallen by just 1%.
The Swedish traffic sensors supplier Sensys Traffic AB said on Monday (5 September) that it had won a tender to provide red light and traffic speed systems for central Beirut, Lebanon.
Abstract: A road traffic speed control device is formed of resiliently deformable material deflatable by the passage of a vehicle thereover at the intended speed limit of the vehicle.
The increase in traffic speed following the introduction of the pounds 5 charge is now measured at just two miles per hour.
In other words, it's good for air quality to increase traffic speed a little, but not too much.
Subscribers under the new price category will use the service at a data traffic speed a little slower than the 100 megabits per second that is available under the 9,000 yen ''basic type'' price category.
TTNet will provide the service at a data traffic speed of 100 megabits per second based on the optical fiber network to be hired from TEPCO, the company said.
Marconi will supply to Telecom Italia its Smart PhotoniX Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM) system, which multiplies available band-width forty-fold and increase traffic speed four-fold on both fixed and mobile lines, according to the British group.