commuter traffic

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Noun1.commuter traffic - traffic created by people going to or returning from work
traffic - the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
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A PERFECT storm of commuter traffic, Christmas shopping and people trying to see the Coca-Cola lorry caused the jams that brought misery to Cardiff on Thursday, it has been claimed.
The current diversion which is around 800 metres in length will not affect commuter traffic as same number of lanes as the existing road is maintained.
Queues stretched back in both directions, causing major disruption on the road, which is normally busy with commuter traffic heading into Birmingham and Junction 7 of the M6.
WE WROTE: Three people were taken to hospital as separate collisions in the A19 slowed commuter traffic to a crawl.
We thought the road would have to be blocKed off for some days but they have managed to Keep the road open mornings and evenings to handle the commuter traffic and, meanwhile, laid down a surface that is a pleasure to ride over.
Stockholm, Sha'ban 3, 1434, Jun 12, 2013, SPA -- Facebook on Wednesday opened its first European data centre in northern Sweden, which began to handle commuter traffic from around the world, according to dpa.
The alternative is to risk life and limb battling the irresponsible and downright dangerous commuter traffic on the A41 or on the back lanes being used a rat run.
Two schools are located within two blocks of the location, which is surrounded by busy commuter traffic, which makes the area risky for walking children.
Heavy snowstorms brought parts of the country to a virtual halt yesterday, as commuter traffic was crippled by the Arctic conditions for a fifth day.
Congestion is likely to build up from lunchtime today as getaway traffic mixes with commuter traffic on popular routes and the weekend will also be busier than usual as families stagger their departures.
Patrick Balkany, the conservative mayor of Levallois-Perret, northwest of Paris, made the D909 one-way to cut the commuter traffic flowing through his district on August 31.
Investec analyst Joe Thomas highlighted the recent signs of a slowdown, but said London commuter traffic accounted for just six per cent of its revenues.