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fast lane

the outside lane on a motorway or dual carriageway for vehicles overtaking or travelling at high speed
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"Please, for the safety of our commuters and pedestrians, let us not use sidewalks as fast lanes or alternative lanes," it added.
Two fast lanes of the bridge will remain closed till 5pm on Saturday for the maintenance purpose, the police said.
Make the fast lane "pass only" on Oregon highways and on any road with two or more lanes and a speed limit of more than 55 mph.
While the rules are meant to prevent Internet providers from intentionally slowing data, the content providers will be allowed to pay for a guaranteed fast lane of service.
"The notion that the FCC might create a fast lane for deep-pocketed companies is deeply disappointing and very troubling," Minnestoa Public Radio quoted Franken as saying.
Yahya Al Nasri, a government employee says, Eoe1/4EoMany times, I have seen some taxi drivers drive break-neck speed on the fast lane to reach their customers on time, and some even are pressurised by the customers to speed up and reach them fast.Eoe1/4A[yen] He further said, Eoe1/4EoWhen I see some of these buses and taxi drivers, I avoid using fast lanes, and give them way to go because if I donEoe1/4aot, his taxi car will bump into mine.Eoe1/4A[yen]
Washington recently made a $50 million investment to put the northbound FAST lane in place at state Route 543; if it is being underutilized, Davidson is hoping the research done by his team of BPRI staff and a cadre of WWU student researchers will shed light on how the lane might be best utilized to improve traffic flow across the border.
They are hoping to reap savings by pushing more traffic through the lower-cost Fast Lane tolls in the future.
Traffic was forced to a near standstill in the slow lane after the middle and fast lanes were closed between junctions six and seven northbound when roadworks overran by an hour.
Solo drivers in America often use blow-up dolls to get away with using car-sharing fast lanes, but the dtect camera will foil such cheating.
Besides providing access to FAST lanes at the border, among the benefits of compliance includes movement of freight across the border even during "red alert" levels and also a reduction in cargo theft.

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