transport area

transport area

In amphibious operations, an area assigned to a transport organization for the purpose of debarking troops and equipment. See also inner transport area; outer transport area.
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Inkjet printers and various labelers mount easily on the large surface transport area.
In addition to increasing the coverage, scope and quality of healthcare services, the project will also include investments in the transport area aimed at improving access to healthcare centers and to strengthening the regulation of public transportation to and from these facilities in the municipalities of Jinotega, Nueva Segovia and Madriz.
The transport area is one of the branches of functional areas comprised by a city.
For his part, the Chinese ambassador asserted his country's keenness to enhance the Yemeni-Chinese relations and noted to the desire of many Chinese investment companies to invest in Yemen, particularly in transport area.
Estonian MP Deniss Boroditš stressed the promising areas of cooperation are transit transport area, high technology, Internet technology, ecology, software solutions in the energy sector.
They added: "The position adopted today won't allow decisive progress on cross-border sections and will slow down the completion of the European Transport Area as a whole".
"Electric vehicles will reduce Ireland's reliance on imported fossil fuels in the transport area and will also play a role in reducing our transport sector emissions."
In the sea transport area, the two sides stressed the interest to organise business contacts between Tunisian and Turkish enterprises active in this field, to look at the possibility to extend the line linking Izmir (Turkey) and Tripoli (Libya) to Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, as part of developing relations between Turkey and the Maghreb countries, in addition to co-operation in the fields of naval maintenance, logistics services and training in sea trades.
THE EUROPEAN Commission is writing a white paper on transport that would harmonise European transport systems to such an extent, it could call the European Union (EU) "a single transport area".
Ministers stepped in so thousands of elderly people can continue to use the off-peak scheme in the Strathclyde Passenger Transport area.
Then, of course, there's the long-distance service: By purchasing bulk Local Access and Transport Area (LATA) long-distance calling circuits from Verizon (www.verizon.net), instead of opting for the traditional route of paying to lease long-distance packets from one of the Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLECs), Princeton's telecom costs are a fraction of what they would have been--and all without sacrificing functionality at any point.

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