snarl-up


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a number of vehicles blocking one another until they can scarcely move

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For the duration of the project, the Thika Road-bound traffic from Outer Ring Road will connect from the right-hand side service road of the highway and then turn to the right onto the underpass at Survey of Kenya while airport-bound traffic from the city will connect to Outer Ring Road using the Garden City overpass.The new overpass will ease traffic snarl-ups at the junction near the GSU headquarters.
figure By NATION TEAM A nightlong downpour has flooded parts of Mombasa city, causing huge traffic snarl-ups.The heavy rains, which started on Wednesday night, have caused flooding and poor visibility.
Sir, - With reference to the article 'Cyclist, just stay out of my city snarl-ups'.
Mark Bishop, spokesman for the insurance firm, said: "The M6's sheer volume of traffic is bound to lead to snarl-ups and boredom.
On a point of order, Taqdir Ali said the roads of Sarki Gate, Church Road and nearby areas often saw snarl-ups due to the large number of motorcycle shops.
According to officials, the FM radio service will keep informing motorists about snarl-ups in the city and alternative routes to prevent people from facing any hassle.
Official sources informed on Tuesday, the FM radio service will keep informing motorists about snarl-ups in the city and alternative routes to prevent people from facing any hassle.
Millions of commuters in the region's cities have to contend with chronic gridlock every day, sparking a race to develop new ways to avoid the snarl-ups.
LAHORE -- The city witnessed worst traffic mess on Tuesday as police failed to handle snarl-ups on several key roads.
People sat down on the landmark crossing from 1pm causing huge traffic snarl-ups for shoppers.
Saturday's freak thunderstorm caused traffic snarl-ups.
Brigadier General Al Mazrouri pointed out that the Dubai Traffic Department had put in place plans to ensure traffic is not hampered and snarl-ups avoided on the approach streets.
The car is convenient despite the headaches of road snarl-ups and it would take an awful lot to entice people out of them in meaningful numbers.
If the buses become slower, more people travel by car, increasing the pollution and the snarl-ups. In many cases the "pinch points" will just move down the road.