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busway

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

busway

n (US) → Busspur f
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Allowing busways on some commuter routes in Wales would result in much lower infrastructure costs, said the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) report.
The Busbar Trunking System also known as Busways involves distribution of electrical power using set of copper/Aluminum bus bars enclosed in suitable box with high degree of protection against any ingress of foreign bodies.
The Busbar Trunking System, also known as Busways, involves distribution of electrical power using set of copper/ aluminum bus bars enclosed in suitable box with high degree of protection against any ingress of foreign bodies.
Many in the transit world now foresee busways as the wave of the future.
But now, faced with still-worsening traffic congestion, Honolulu seems about ready to go for a system of exclusive, rapid busways.
The report was accompanied by a photograph of a bus operated by London United Busways Limited.
The Busways deal is the first significant order for the Scania Euro 4 chassis in Australia.
However, Scott Pearson, managing director of Newport Transport, believes the PS1bn price tag of the proposed new road is too high and says guided busways should be part of a cheaper package of alternatives.
And it's imperative that north-south busways are built to connect with the Orange Line through the heart of the Valley along a corridor in the East Valley.
A longtime advocate of above- or below-ground transportation, including rail and subterranean busways, he and others say the bus line could reach capacity sooner than the MTA thinks.
High-ridership corridors, which the Westside has in spades, would be ill-served by low-capacity busways.
Critics also point out that the high cost of tunneling makes subways one of the most expensive mass-transit systems possible, and they tout light rail and busways that could be constructed at a fraction of the time and cost.