car traffic

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: traffic - cars coming and goingcar traffic - cars coming and going    
vehicle traffic, vehicular traffic - the aggregation of vehicles coming and going in a particular locality
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Delanoe is hoping for a 40 percent reduction in car traffic in Paris by 2020.
Velib was conceived by Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe, who is aiming for a 40 percent reduction in car traffic by 2020.
With your massive new fleet, you could virtually eliminate car traffic and car pollution from Los Angeles altogether.
But Tompkins said car traffic is an integral part of Times Square, and businesses in the area, especially the theater district, would be severely impacted should future plans call for the reduction of vehicular traffic.
CHANNEL Tunnel operators Euro-tunnel saw car traffic fall by eight per cent last year.
Shigehara, believed to be the driver, apparently tried to drive through the crossing, which is barred to car traffic and has no crossing bar nor security alarm.
Car traffic rose by about 2pc in the first three months of 2004 compared with the same period last year.
The remainder of the text is divided into four parts which examine how various countries coped with the new invention, the effect of motorised traffic on social life and on the landscape, the technological advances made in the car industry during the twentieth century and, finally, the effect of car traffic on everyday life.
And car traffic in the first three months of this year was an one per cent higher than in the same period of 2002.
Does urban intensification really reduce car traffic, fuel use and carbon dioxide emissions?
An island off the northwest coast that prohibits outside car traffic, Ameland takes visitors back to simpler times, where locals still race about on bikes, meander on weekend afternoons in horse and buggy or discuss politics in their well-tended gardens.
The historical preponderance of commuter and other passenger car traffic, coupled with economic growth in the Chicago region, has enabled the Tollway to record steady gains in usage over its lifetime while remaining largely unaffected by periods of adverse economic condition.