trafficable

trafficable

(ˈtræfɪkəbəl)
adj
(of a vehicle) able to travel on a specific terrain or type of ground
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The terrain north of Lake Ladoga, unlike the Karelian Isthmus, had very few trafficable roads.
Seamless methyl methacrylate (MMA) flooring solutions are increasingly popular for floor renovation and resurfacing projects, providing a hygienic, attractive and wear resistant surface, which is fully trafficable just 60 minutes after installation.
LFC has extensive expertise in specialised works including concrete repair technologies, industrial & trafficable flooring, waterproofing, protective coatings, MEP works among others.
While it is mixed in the plant to a form that can be pumped through a pipeline, paste cures within hours or days into a solid form that is trafficable and can be vegetated.
During his meeting, Union Cabinet Secretary Seth directed the concerned authorities to make the National Highway and other roads trafficable, besides ensuring that communication facilities do not collapse.
However, Vertosols, being medium to heavy clay soils, are generally not trafficable when wet, so commercial fertilising, unless by aeroplane, is usually delayed until the surface soil is dry.
In a review of the strategy required by the Act conducted by the NSW Ombudsman and published in 2006 (NSW Ombudsman, 2006), three out of four searches failed to yield any illicit substances at all, while trafficable quantities of drugs were uncovered in a tiny 1.
Concealed lighting in bulkheads was used to provide both indirect light when required but also subtle night lighting to illuminate trafficable areas without disturbing patients.
According to Grace, "no other system on the market protects a substructure from the harmful effects of water, vapour and gas more effectively," as it can be applied on wet concrete and is immediately trafficable after installation without protective layers, which makes for fast and easy application.
The second step involves subsequent dewatering of the cake--placed in 1- to 2-m-thick annual lifts--by natural processes including consolidation, desiccation and freeze-thaw, delivering a trafficable surface that can be reclaimed.
One-third of the P, K, and S was applied after the start of the growing season in autumn and two-thirds in late winter when paddocks were dry enough to be trafficable (Staines et al.
First among these, of course, is an educational plentitude of "local" mineral finds, especially Alpine ones; but the Munich Show also has going for it the fact that all of its wares are gathered in one place, and that place thoroughly trafficable on foot in a single day if it comes to that.