trafficky

trafficky

(ˈtræfɪkɪ)
adj
informal (of a street, area, town, etc) busy with motor vehicles
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There is in place in the dense, trafficky areas of Binondo, ErmitaMalate, Legarda and Tayuman, a parking system that makes use of modern technology to manage the parking problems of drivers and commuters.
He crosses the canal on an iron footbridge, walks along a trafficky road, negotiates a roundabout, passes down some dingy back streets, and arrives at the Apple Tree.
* scottnonstop - always seems to be "trafficky" but never been stopped there for an insane amount of time.
Without my saying anything, she pointed to the trafficky entrance to the kitchen.
Figure out the best and least trafficky route to my new job.
He is also host to two trafficky Web sites (www.answers4dancers.com and www.answers4auditions.com) that average some 900,000 hits per month and provide the greater dance community with everything from audition listings to casting tips and his own no-nonsense, straight-from-the-heart advice.
Come off the bridge and follow the signs to downtown and you quickly end up on noisy, trafficky Lombard, where you'll find a couple of classic roadside gems among the grubby mediocrity.