bus lane


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bus lane

n
one track of a road marked for use by buses only
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Noun1.bus lane - a traffic lane intended for buses only
traffic lane - a lane of a main road that is defined by painted lines; "that car is in the wrong traffic lane"
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bus lane

n (Brit) → corsia preferenziale (per autobus)
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A NEW bus lane in Birmingham city centre has gone live - and scores of drivers have already been risking a PS60 fine by driving up it.
MORE than 50 drivers can expect fines after they went down Birmingham's new bus lane in just half-an-hour.
The money paid by drivers for breaking bus lane rules was an increase on the previous years figures, whereReading Borough Councilcollected [pounds sterling]2.3m in fines.
More than PS2 million has been brought in from a bus lane installed in New Street West Bromwich, where around 85,000 drivers have been hit with fines since it was installed in November 2016.
Middlesbrough Council has gathered in PS44,288.95 from bus lane camera fines in since April 2018 from its device on Newport Road.
He was caught in a bus lane on June 4 last year, just before 5pm.
NEWCASTLE City Council's profits from bus lane enforcement plunged by more than PS2m in the last financial year, new figures have revealed.
The figures come after Newcastle Council was forced to switch off one of the controversial bus lane cameras on John Dobson street after a Traffic Penalty Tribunal ruling found the signs for the northbound camera were not adequate.
A pilot scheme using a camera to enforce the use of a bus lane inWokingHigh Street is to be rolled out across the whole of Surrey.
Tile Hill gyratory - outbound between Renown Ave and Vanguard Ave and ongoing between Vanguard and the left turn toward London on the A45 (the right turn bus lane towards Birmingham on Herald Avenue has been suspended under Bus Lane Review Trial Suspension Phase Two) A Cabinet member report by Councillor Jayne Innes, Coventry City Council's Cabinet Member for City Services, concludes that the existing bus lanes are not continuous or wide enough to safely accommodate buses and cyclists thereby forcing buses and cyclist to merge with existing road traffic.