tidal flow

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Noun1.tidal flow - the water current caused by the tidestidal flow - the water current caused by the tides
tide - the periodic rise and fall of the sea level under the gravitational pull of the moon
aegir, eager, eagre, tidal bore, bore - a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary)
current, stream - a steady flow of a fluid (usually from natural causes); "the raft floated downstream on the current"; "he felt a stream of air"; "the hose ejected a stream of water"
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"We have been thinking of the idea of creating something that already exists in some of the United States cites - the reversible lane. We will be appointing a consultant to study the feasibility of the idea.
--12 is reversible lane in both directions marked with [x.sub.12] state parameter and with [l.sub.12] section length.
Tolentino said the zipper lane or reversible lane will cover 2.86 kilometers of roads on portions of Edsa and Otigas Avenue and be opened only for private vehicles
The system includes traffic flow monitoring, closed-circuit television cameras for verifying traffic conditions, variable message signs for information dissemination, ramp meters, lane control signals, reversible lane control gates, and a tunnel ventilation control system.
A detour of 43 miles (72 kin) was considered far too long, and the decision was made to keep both lanes of traffic open during the morning and evening rush hours (and holidays), with a single reversible lane allowable at other times.
For instance, an entirely new class of signs has emerged called reversible lane control signs.
The Projects may include activities with regard to t raffic s ignals, loop detectors, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) devices, including but not limited to, Closed Circuit TV Cameras (CCTV), Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), Detectors, Fiber Optic Cable, Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS), Highway Advisory Radio (HAR), Tunnel Monitoring, Reversible Lane Control Systems, Queue Warning Systems, Advance Warning Systems, Over Height Detection Systems, Flood Detection Systems, Lane Control Systems, Variable Speed Limit, Concrete Foundations installation/construction, various types of testing, system integration, Internet Protocol (IP) Networking, maintenance etc.
The district decided to pursue the project with a reversible lane using a moveable barrier because that alternative satisfied the most significant operational and safety needs.
The REL system is a reversible lane tolled system that is designed to carry one-way traffic in the predominant commuting direction for AM/PM Peak travel times.
Can be used as a reversible lane during peak hours.
The reversible lane will not be in operation at this location during the construction period.
A movable barrier application similar to that on the Tappan Zee Bridge has been installed on the five-lane Coronado Bridge in San Diego, California, creating a reversible lane.

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