re-route

re-route

vb (tr)
1. to route or direct (traffic, a road, a river, etc) in a different direction
2. to change the direction of (a project, funds, etc)
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Translations

re-route

reroute [ˌriːˈruːt] vt [+ train, traffic, plane] → dérouter
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'There is a proposal to close as well as re-route various trains, including Lahore-Rawalpindi railcar, Shah Hussain Express, Multan Express, Faisalabad Express, Jinnah Express and Shalimar Express.
The move is expected to give relief to the flights from India, as the airlines had to re-route flights due to the closure of Pakistani airspace.
The decision from the Orange Order comes after Glasgow Sheriff Court threw out a Loyalist bid to overturn a council decision to re-route four June parades.
A spokesman for Forestry and Land Scotland said: "We're looking to re-route a short section of linking path on the Allt Mhor trail that was damaged last year in a landslip.
This caused the pilots to re-route to Muscat, where paramedics gave him the required medical care, but were unable to save him.
Cebu Pacific said passengers whose flights were cancelled can either rebook their flights within 30 days from the original departure date for free, get a full refund, place the full cost of the ticket in a travel fund, or re-route to or from Manila for travel within 30 days depending on the availability of seats.
A Glasgow City Council spokesman said: "Members chose to re-route the procession after hearing serious concerns raised by police about the potential for disorder due to protests and counter-protests from people opposing or supporting the event."
AS Kenton councillors, we've asked both Tescos and Nexus to re-route the shoppers bus to enable disabled and older residents from Kenton Bar and North Kenton to do their shopping at Kingston Park.
The service extension is also to include the re-route of the service along Middlerise, Yarningdale and Dunchurch Avenue - sections of route which were formerly served by bus service 27.
Steve Rotheram MP said: "Local ward councillors have expressed concerns that the re-route of the 61 bus is affecting local residents who want to shop in Broadway but rely on public transport to do so."
A long delay, sub-standard Romanian plane with no food, a re-route to a different country then a two-hour bus journey to Slovenia certainly wasn't what he was used to.