track chart

track chart

[′trak ‚chärt]
(navigation)
A chart showing recommended, required, or established tracks, and usually indicating turning points, courses, and distances.
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A track chart prepared by the Washington State Department of Transportation shows the maximum speed drops from 79 mph to 30 mph for passenger trains just before the tracks curve to cross Interstate 5, which is where the train went off the tracks.
Tenders are invited for provide a solution to capture, store and integrate all paper documents, and to provide health information management ("him") with tools to facilitate chart completion and track chart deficiencies.
In addition, the new MTS Mobile Music Store enables users to access the IODA Free Track Chart, which consists of four to five tracks that change every week.
Meanwhile, a joint investigation team from South Korea, China and the United States visited Thursday a radar-receiving station at Kimhae airport to examine a track chart drawn minutes before the ill-fated jet crashed, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency said in a report.
Sources for the maps include USGS topographic maps, atlases, official railroad company maps, employee timetables, and track charts.
It also reached No1 in the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks and Modern Rock Track charts.
The figures did not specify whether the civilian deaths were caused by sectarian violence, but appeared to track charts previously released by the Defense Department of Iraqis killed during Operation Iraqi Freedom who died as a result of hostile violence as opposed to accidents or natural causes.
A pair of track charts in Findlay's guide clearly show the two seasonal routes along the opposite coasts; see Findlay, pp.