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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.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006

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

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The ordinance will also raise the awareness of students regarding traffic regulations and public safety measures which will serve as their foundation in dealing with future circumstances.
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The measure came after frequent cases of tampering with the plates have prevented traffic monitoring authorities from identifying vehicles that violated traffic regulations.
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Aruasa on Saturday said the transport authority must embark on proper training of the riders to ensure they qualify to transport passengers and adhere to traffic regulations.
King Salman earlier issued a decree which will implement the provisions of traffic regulations, including the issuance of driving licenses for men and women alike.
He added that adopting the latest traffic control technologies can prevent the reckless behaviour of some drivers who do not respect traffic regulations, while deterring them to protect the lives of all road users.
Cyprus has protested to the UN over infringements of international air traffic regulations and violations of its national airspace by Turkey, as well as the illegal use of closed ports by Turkish warships during September 2016.
Colonel Saif Al Mazroui, director of the traffic department, said the campaign was launched last month with the aim of reducing the mortality rate of run-over accidents, and raise pedestrians' compliance with traffic regulations.