overground


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to overground: overgrowth

overground

(ˈəʊvəˌɡraʊnd)
adj
1. on or above the surface of the ground: an overground railway.
2. (Pop Music) having become sufficiently established, known, or accepted so as to no longer be considered avante-garde, experimental, or subversive
Translations

overground

[ˈəʊvəgraʊnd]
A. ADJde superficie
B. ADVpor la superficie, a cielo abierto
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The strategy comprises of a proposal to develop plans for the Sutton Tram extension and also an extension of the Overground and committed schemes such as the Elizabeth line, Northern line extension and Bakerloo line extension.
That means there will be no Overground trains stopping at Imperial Wharf, West Brompton, Kensington Olympia, Shepherd's Bush and Willesden Junction, while stations including Hammersmith, Ealing Broadway and High Street Kensington will be affected bythe Undergroundclosure.
24] further studied the effects of UTT and lower limb strength examined the differences in peak knee torque after UTT compared with overground treadmill training.
Transport for London (TfL) said the deal - which could be extended by a further two years - will see the firm operating all London Overground routes from November 13.
London Overground is one of the capital's big transport success stories with passenger numbers rising rapidly, the transformation of stations, and the introduction of extended trains to help with peak overcrowding.
Transport for London (TfL), the local government organisation responsible for most aspects of London's transport system, announced on Friday that it has selected Arriva Rail London Limited as the new London Overground operator, taking over from the existing operator LOROL in November this year.
Mr Brighouse said: "After 40 years in the rail industry and 15 great years with Chiltern Railways and its sister company London Overground Rail Operations, I have taken the difficult decision to step down in order to spend a little more time on some of my interests outside the rail sector, including charitable works on water and sanitation in East Africa.
But rail bosses confirmed they had spoken to the firm currently refitting the units, and the restrictions on them being used overground have been lifted.
For the past forty years overground running has been subjected to biomechanical studies but only relatively recently has there been research on treadmill running.
LAST week I helped launch Transport for London's 'Turn up and go' for disabled people on Overground Services.
Body weight-supported locomotor training has created enthusiasm in clinical populations and service providers as a rehabilitation tool to improve overground walking ability and other health outcomes [1].
Meanwhile the entire East London Overground was shut down and staff closed barriers at stations and turned away passengers on their way to work after a person fell ill at Shadwell Station.