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busway

[ˈbʌsweɪ] N (US) → carril m de autobuses, carril-bus m

busway

n (US) → Busspur f
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Expression of interest Cambridgeshire Busway Infrastructure Monitoring Project
It is imperative to highlight that planning, costing and execution of Busway system requires high engineering skills, deeper understanding of individual load components and ultimately how they are integrated into a complete installation.
Soorty Enterprises (spinning unit), International Textiles (processing unit), Zaman Textiles (weaving unit) and Union Fabrics (weaving unit) are some of successful examples of Busway Systems in textile mills.
Cambridgeshire County Council and the engineering firm BAM Nuttall have finally agreed on a programme of works to complete the building of a guided busway that is more than a year late.
ALMOST since opening day in October 2005, transportation officials have talked about extending the Orange Line -- the popular cross-Valley busway.
Using a local contractor, the company initially reconfigured five work cells with PowerBus 225 Plug-In busway from Square D, a brand of Schneider Electric, Palatine, IL.
A partially exclusive busway system from Kapolei, through downtown Honolulu and the Waikiki Beach area and the University of Hawaii, argues Honolulu City Councilman Duke Bainum, can be up and running, reducing traffic migraines, much faster than rail.
The South Dade Busway is an exclusive roadway that allows transit commuters to travel alongside U.
Transport Minister Phil Twyford and Associate Transport Minister Julie Anne Genter today welcomed the announcement by Auckland Transport of a new busway station for Rosedale.
SIR - Rhodri Clark tells us that the manager of Newport Transport (a bus company) proposes a guided busway like that in Cambridge (124,000 population) to link Newport (146,000), Cardiff (346,000) and Swansea (240,000).
A lengthy legal battle looks certain over a multimillion pound overspend on a guided busway that has been labelled a "cock-up" and is more than a year late.
The 14-mile cross-Valley busway set another ridership record in March.