truck traffic

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Few places are as congested with truck traffic as the Port of Los Angeles.
It reported an 11 per cent drop in truck traffic in May after British businesses de-stocked the items they had initially built up in preparation for the UK to leave the EU on the scheduled departure date of 29 March.
Truck traffic is encouraged to use Randall Road as an alternate.
WITH CONSIDERABLE FANFARE LAST MONTH, PierPass announced plans to overhaul the model used by its OffPeak program for truck traffic mitigation at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
The Lieutenant Governor also ordered to stop entry of truck traffic and all civil construction activities in the national capital till further orders.
The commission heard two hours of debate Wednesday from conservationists concerned about taking river water for hydraulic fracturing and landowners worried about increased truck traffic. The Department of Mineral Resources says oil companies in the Bakken have used an average of 7.6 million gallons of water to frack each well this year.
Summary: This will reduce truck traffic on Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road, official said
Its truck traffic problems are well known and will undoubtedly get worse after Shandong Sun Paper Industry opens a $1.3 billion pulp mill plant in a few years.
Traffic authorities closed three border crossings for truck traffic to prevent road pileups.
The initiative comes amidst heavy truck traffic caused by ongoing construction projects in Makkah .
Part of Panepinto's campaign platform was to make efforts to remove all truck traffic from the Peace Bridge--in his largely Democratic district--because of air pollution--and relocate the trucks to the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge.
In the full report, the Philippines' "trading across borders" system was cited as making it more difficult to do business in the country "because of a new city ordinance restricting truck traffic in Manila."
They say it would cut truck traffic, because there would be no need for two pickups, and argue that sorting trash from recyclables at a centralized facility is more effective than relying on residents to do it themselves.
Brant's Transportation Master Plan cites a need for better access to Highway 403 to ease truck traffic on Rest Acres Road and to relieve the number of gravel trucks servicing the Lafarge pit on King Edward Street.
An abutter, Carl Holmgren of West Sturbridge Road, did not object to the award of the permit, but he told selectmen he is concerned about the increased truck traffic on his road, which includes some trucks from Escape Estates.