carborne

carborne

(ˈkɑːˌbɔːn)
adj
US travelling by car
References in periodicals archive ?
The work under the proposed Agreement consists of replacing the existing carborne and wayside inductive loop based ATS equipment with a new and modern radio frequency identification (RFID) tag based ATS.
For an insightful treatment of how red states embrace the Republican agenda and blue states the Democratic agenda on family policy matters, see Naomi Cahn & June Carborne, Red Families v.
The 20-year-old Delhi University student was abducted by four carborne accused in the wee hours of May 8, 2005.
Lv, "A dual-band multifunction carborne hybrid antenna for satellite communication relay system," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Reserving the nearside lane for vehicles with at least one passenger between the hours of 7am and 10am will give the council some data to work with, but it will hardly be representative of typical carborne journeys into the city centre.
RPS Planning and Transport said changing the existing pattern of carborne tourism will be extremely difficult and cannot be achieved by radical measures.
Let's meet: The Sierra Pacific Flyfishers feature Deschutes River guide, Rodger Carborne, as their guest speaker today at Encino Glen, 16821 Burbank Blvd.
If forecourt convenience shoppers are included, with their higher proportion of carborne shoppers, 50% of shop sales still come from within 440 yards.
The components of the system will include VPI (Vital Processor Interlocking) for interlocking control, AF track circuits, wayside ATP (Automatic Train Protection) modules, Model 5 switch machines, and Microcabmatic for carborne train control.
In the race to open up edge-of town-supermarkets which could respond to the needs of the carborne shopper, they closed a number of their older out-of-date stores in town centres.