peak-hour

peak-hour

adj
during the busiest hours; used esp of traffic and demand for gas, electricity etc
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The definition of a peak-hour responsibility has been given an entirely new, and commendable, spin by the UAE as it encourages its residents to actively participate in helping reduce summer consumption of energy.
The conserving of peak-hour energy is also fetching dividends in Dubai due to its annual Peak Load summer campaign between 12pm and 5pm, first launched on July 1, 2016.
Hopefully, this will encourage some road users to shift out of the peak-hour period,' he wrote on his Facebook account late yesterday.
MERSEYRAIL is to strengthen its peak-hour services to Southport and Hunts Cross from next week.
MERSEYRAIL is to boost its peak-hour services to Southport and Hunts Cross from next week.
and Long Beach are considering rerouting their cargo to other ports to avoid the peak-hour charges.
Peak-hour load tends to be the most practical metric for assessing bandwidth availability and managing capacity because most activity affecting bandwidth typically takes place during normal business hours.
A HOT lane would give free passage to three-occupant vehicles (HOV3s) but permit all others to pay a peak-hour toll for access.
It noted that most peak-hour weekday morning riders begin their trips at North Avenue station.
The first set of Dalian coaches for the Metro Rail Transit line 3 (MRT-3) must first complete a 1,000-kilometer test run for 150 hours before being deployed during peak-hours operation, the Department of Transportation (DOTr) said Thursday.
The key congestion indicators that are used in the 2015 report are the Masarak Congestion Index, a barometre to measure the overall congestion, the Travel Time Index which measures the ratio of travel time as compared to the free-flow travel time during peak-hours on weekdays and the Excess Travel Time which provides the average delay in minute per km driven that a driver would experience during the travel.