heavily traveled


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Adj.1.heavily traveled - subject to much traffic or travel; "the region's most heavily traveled highways"
traveled - traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
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Department of Transportation National Bridge Inventory database finds good news and bad news when it comes to the most heavily traveled U.
Located in a strip center along a heavily traveled highway in Clay County.
The Yonkers Shopping Center is a 56,361 s/f single-story shopping center located along the heavily traveled Central Avenue (Route 100) retail corridor in Yonkers, Westchester County, New York.
Other fatal collisions have occurred in that general area, which is heavily traveled by east Palmdale commuters and by travelers seeking a shortcut between Highway 138 and the Antelope Valley Freeway.
Miller says that health problems related to pollution from heavily traveled border crossings are acute in Mexico because most crossings are located in thickly populated areas.
The Widow Mary Leavitt House is less than an hour from two major airports and is situated conveniently off Interstate 95--a heavily traveled corridor along the East Coast.
At the more heavily traveled crossings, teams have carded as many as 600 of the wriggling little creatures in a single night.
Sunbeam ships products over the most heavily traveled roads in Mercosur--from Brazil to Argentina.
The cafe's location is on a heavily traveled commuter route and is on the going-to-work side of the highway.
Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry, a governing board member of the western region of the AQMD, attributes Burbank's bad air to the proximity to two freeways heavily traveled by diesel-belching big rigs.
Vincent Montanti has been appointed the new Facility Engineer of the Bronx-Whitestone Bridge, one of MTA Bridges and Tunnels most heavily traveled facilities, which is to begin a $136 million roadway deck replacement project in June.