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clearway

a stretch of road on which motorists may stop only in an emergency.
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For drivers who choose to ignore urban clearway and regulations, this specially designed enforcement vehicle will carry out the removal and clamping of illegally parked vehicles leaving main routes unobstructed during these key times and allowing other road users to continue on their
Richard Greenwood added: "The signage is quite clear, if you choose to park in a clearway area expect a parking penalty.
It was listing forwards to a near horizontal position and over the past year I watched the shrubs engulf it during the summer, and it always brought a smile to my face upon an evening seeing the fantastic illuminated bush knowing fine well that deep down within it contained a clearway sign.
Providing long lasting protection, simply apply Clearway with a mist spray or watering can and leave to dry.
In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Seth may be made to: Compassion Pregnancy Center, C/O Clearway Clinic, 358 Shrewsbury Street, Worcester, MA 01604.
North Tyneside Council says the 'bus boarder' was installed because drivers were parking their cars in the clearway, which meant buses were unable to get into the designated area.
The allegations levelled against them include illegal dumping, misusing council equipment to download porn, impersonating a police officer and painting an unauthorized clearway.
Granuliuotas ledo tirpiklis, kurio patentuotas pavadinimu Clearway SF3, yra nezalinga aplinkai, kieta medziaga, pagaminta skruzdziu rugsties natrio druskos pagrindu.
The cross-sectional study surveyed 2,917 people enrolled in four tobacco cessation programs conducted by ClearWay Minnesota, a nonprofit smoking cessation research and public outreach group.
create a clearway in those lengths of the trunk road as specified in Schedules 1 and 2 to this Notice.
Bus companies had ordered drivers not to stop on the bypass at Hadleigh, Suffolk, as it was too dangerous as well as being illegal as the road was a clearway.
One solution would be to introduce the 'Red Route' system which they have used in the London area for many years, where double red lines are used to indicate Clearway routes on major roads within and in and out of the city No stopping is allowed and the regulations are strictly monitored and enforced by wardens and CCTV, with any vehicles blocking the road being towed away Some relaxations are allowed outside the morning and evening commuting periods, e.