commuter traffic

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Noun1.commuter traffic - traffic created by people going to or returning from work
traffic - the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
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The man, holding a gun and a knife, took 37 people hostage on the bus at around 5.30am as commuter traffic was increasing.
The first batch of 20 coaches is expected to be operational from next month as the Nairobi Commuter Railway (NCR) embarks on a more comprehensive programme to decongest commuter traffic in Nairobi.
The organisation said that once the work is complete, it will also ease congestion on the A449 and A5 by separating local traffic from long-distance and commuter traffic.
Early morning commuter traffic began building and eventually stretched past J21 at Milnrow.
I still feel that this is the most practical option and would help reduce the commuter traffic so harmful to our environment.
The Carlisle Pike also experiences heavy commuter traffic.
The ratings reflect CTTS's predominantly commuter traffic base with limited competition, low demonstrated traffic volatility, and relatively low toll rates.
For bus drivers, the daily commuter traffic already makes sticking to their timetables tricky, andMetrobusdriver James Smith says that lane closures will definitely make the problem worse.
Disrupting expressway commuter traffic with protests isn't going to change the violence and oppression that has plagued the Chicago West and South sides for decades.
Balancing the project's larger coal with local interests would improve public transport use and commuter traffic passing through here and neighbouring towns such as Chamek and Segamat.