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traffic

1 to do with pedestrians and vehicles moving on the roads by virtue of the regulation of such by a series of Road Traffic Acts.
2 to deal; hence many statutory references to many outlawed transactions, e.g. liquor, drug and human trafficking. Extensive powers now exist to confiscate proceeds of drug trafficking.

TRAFFIC. Commerce, trade, sale or exchange of merchandise, bills, money and the like.

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He added that motorway police educate the public on traffic laws, driving skills and attitude change.
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According to the minister, a literate driver familiar with the traffic laws can understand the seriousness of the situation on the roads which will ultimately help check road accidents which are a matter of grave concern.
According to Tsvetanov, the new order will make drivers feel more comfortable on the road, knowing they would not be stopped by traffic patrols if they obey traffic laws.
Traffic experts in Kurdistan Region believe the current traffic law does not work as well as it could in Iraqi Kurdistan.
A spokesman for the force said officers were not singling the women out, and were fining them under traffic laws applicable to all pedestrians.
Or is it a case that cyclists believe traffic laws do not apply to themselves, but are the responsibility of other road users.
Earlier this week, Prosecutor General Abdel Meguid Mahmoud referred 58 people to criminal prosecution for violating traffic laws, for which they can receive jail sentences.
They also perceive too much emphasis is given to state security, the enforcement of traffic laws and immigration.