single-track


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sin·gle-track

(sĭng′gəl-trăk′)
adj.
1. Having just one track.
2. Lacking mental range or flexibility; one-track: a single-track mind.

single-track

adj
1. (Railways) (of a railway) having only a single pair of lines, so that trains can travel in only one direction at a time
2. (Automotive Engineering) (of a road) only wide enough for one vehicle
3. able to think about only one thing; one-track

one′-track`



adj.
1. unable or unwilling to cope with more than one idea, subject, etc., at a time: a one-track mind.
2. having only one track.
Translations

single-track

[ˈsɪŋglˈtræk] ADJde vía única

single-track

[ˈsɪŋglˌtræk] adj (Rail) → a un solo binario
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An MP is demanding the Scottish Government puts up road signs on single-track roads to help with frustration behind the wheel.
The crash happened on a single-track road off the A5 in Redhill, Telford, at about 12.30am on Sunday.
"The transit line to Meadowlands Station is now like a one-way street that goes to a dead end," Sarlo said, referring to the single-track service that currently accommodates only one train at a time at the Meadowlands Station.
"This is the only solution we can offer on the single-track railway for now.
The sources said the road was single-track that caused the ill-fated incident and left 20 injured adding the condition of six persons was serious.
de la Pena told the BusinessMirror that the agency has secured around P13 million to dismantle the 465-meter single-track train.
The railway project is now being envisioned as a two-track, electric, and standard train system, instead of a previously single-track system with diesel trains.
The plan approved by the DOTr, which covers only the first Digos-Tagum segment, still shows a single-track, diesel-powered locomotive to service the 102-km route.
I live one mile off the A85 up a public single-track road.
But he said there was confusion along the single-track line due to delays and that Tuesday's disaster "wasn't only my fault".
Two commuter trains carrying a total of 150 people collided head-on at full speed on a single-track line near the Bavarian town of Bad Aibling early Tuesday, killing 11 people.

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