alternate route

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DUBAI: A ban on buses through the airport tunnel, imposed less than a month ago, has increased travel times by almost 50 per cent say commuters as they are forced to deal with increased rush hour traffic on alternate routes.
In 2008 it was estimated that out of 62,000 alternate route teachers, nearly one-third of those teachers hired by school districts country-wide were alternate route teachers (Feistritzer, 2009).
For more information about the report, "Profile of Alternate Route Teachers," visit www.
There were four trials with each of the 40 traffic conditions (Message Type x Congestion Level x Alternate Route Speed).
The alternate route for the highway takes them 250 m north of the originally planned route and will force the relocation of a yacht club and restaurant along the current Trans Canada Highway.
Alternate routes were identified in case of a worst-case scenario in the province of Albay as the Mayon Volcano continues to spew lava fountain, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) said.
The DPWH said the Tabaco-Ligao National Secondary Road would be the alternate route if the Legazpi-Sto Domingo-Tabaco Road is affected from lahar or ashfall on the southeast part of the volcano.
The public has been advised to use the alternate route during the development work so they may not face any inconvenience, the statement further pointed out.
NZ Transport Agency Earthquake Recovery Manager Tim Crow says the reopening of the highway will give people two viable options for travel around the upper South Island, with the alternate route (via state highways 63, 6, 65 and 7 through Lewis Pass) remaining a reliable option for travel.
Bicycles are encouraged to use an alternate route and should watch for project signs.
New Hampshire's major policy strengths include: (1) Ahead of most states in requiring broad liberal arts preparation for elementary teachers; (2) Placing no restrictions on alternate route usage or providers; and (3) Maintaining full authority to approve teacher preparation programs.

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