rush hour

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the times at the beginning and end of the working day when many people are traveling to or from work

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The DOT concluded that A roads across England are getting slower, with the average rush hour speed of 24.
A roads across England are getting slower, according to the Department for Transport, with the average rush hour speed of 24.
We thought it was a great idea and put together the Rush Hour Challenge.
From today the temporary one way system will reduce disruption to traffic accessing the hospital and help ensure that the scheme is completed safely and as quickly as possible, but during rush hour periods we would always advise that extra time is allowed for your journey.
Our customers around the world have been asking for a Rush Hour app, the iPhone version was introduced in November 2009, and now the Android application joins the Rush Hour family," says Bill Ritchie, ThinkFun co-founder and CEO.
In Rush Hour 3, Hong Kong inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) and Los Angeles cop Carter (Chris Tucker) are back trafficking in extreme silliness covered in the smooth veneer of a sophisticated thriller.
THE VERDICT: The first two Rush Hour movies were hits, blending Chan's stylish brand of fun kung fu with Tucker's shrill and brash comic routines, delivering engaging, if undemanding, pure entertainment.
Q IN Rush Hour you could hardly speak English but it was meant to be a buddy movie.
The accident came just two days after drivers suffered long delays when an accident forced police to close the Queensway tunnel during the morning rush hour
Especially designed to attract youth, Rush Hour will be published twice a year, each volume focusing on a different theme.
Further, the victims, conditioned by the rush hour atmosphere of the station, are accustomed to the close physical proximity of other people.
One sliding-block puzzle that has played a starring role in several recent research efforts is Rush Hour, a commercial product first distributed in the United States in 1996.
The first four executions of the campaign feature "Rush Hour NYC, Rush Hour Rome, Rush Hour Berlin and Rush Hour Tokyo," emphasizing the international appeal of Jameson.
The very idea of rush hour tolls would outrage the public and create golden opportunities for ideologues--especially talk radio hosts, who could be counted on to oppose any reform that threatens to reduce their drivetime .