peak-hour

peak-hour

adj
during the busiest hours; used esp of traffic and demand for gas, electricity etc
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It noted that most peak-hour weekday morning riders begin their trips at North Avenue station.
Taoyuan International Airport Corp (TIAC) has announced on Monday that the peak-hour landings at the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport by international flights might see a hike in landing fees shortly.
MERSEYRAIL is to strengthen its peak-hour services to Southport and Hunts Cross from next week.
MERSEYRAIL is to boost its peak-hour services to Southport and Hunts Cross from next week.
In an effort to ease rush-hour traffic, the City Council's Transportation Committee voted Thursday to create anti-gridlock zones where fines are doubled for stopping in peak-hour, no-parking lanes.
and Long Beach are considering rerouting their cargo to other ports to avoid the peak-hour charges.
Peak-hour load tends to be the most practical metric for assessing bandwidth availability and managing capacity because most activity affecting bandwidth typically takes place during normal business hours.
A HOT lane would give free passage to three-occupant vehicles (HOV3s) but permit all others to pay a peak-hour toll for access.
MTA officials say the agency has spent $750 million to add 420 buses during peak-hour service and a million service hours since the consent decree was signed.
disrupted service on about 25 of 80 peak-hour schedules today.
Other new lines include a limited-stop, peak-hour service along La Brea Avenue, between Hollywood Boulevard and Manchester Avenue, as well as a new limited-stop service accessing the Fox Hills Mall.