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marine traffic

[mə′rēn ′traf·ik]
(navigation)
Traffic on the waterways.
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The bridge would be closed for road and marine traffic on Fridays only starting from October 27 until November 24, 2017 from 1am to 9am.
"Marine traffic in and out is not affected at the moment."
About 30 minutes after the Sewol began tilting, a crew member asked a marine traffic controller three times whether passengers would be rescued if they abandoned ship off South Korea's southern coast.
Just last year alone, the 108-year-old rail span, which is forced to open to marine traffic on the Hackensack River, failed to properly close five separate times causing major disruptions.
Marine Traffic, a vessel tracking website, traced the Barbaros (as of 1pm) east of Cape Greco, just outside the Cypriot offshore blocks and headed in a north to north-westerly direction.
Its height from the creek will be 15 metres enabling marine traffic movement non-stop all day.
These new H175s will perform SAR missions in one of the worlds busiest areas for marine traffic (seven of the 10 busiest container ports in the world are located in China) as well as other important offshore areas like the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea.
The regulations are intended to secure installations as well as marine traffic.
The new route announcement was in line with Dubai's Maritime Sector Strategy's (MSS) ongoing efforts to regulate marine traffic flow in response to the fast emerging development.
Jet-ski rest areas outside of the buffer zones marked with yellow buoys have also been established at the three coastal areas, said the authority which is responsible for rules and regulations regarding marine traffic off Dubai's coastal areas.
"The big issue is actually that the area has a number of eastern Mediterranean countries bordering its seas, dumping waste, ships carrying petroleum, a lot of marine traffic and rubbish ending up the shores," the biologist and marine expert said on condition of anonymity.
The Canadian Coast Guard is strengthening its network for monitoring marine traffic on the West Coast, with six new radar installations that will provide a more reliable and accurate picture of traffic in the waters off southern British Columbia.

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