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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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A take away grill restaurant owner said that the traffic island will hurt business.
Because that leg of Mower Street will have one less lane, the traffic island will increase in size.
I was not going very fast," said Lady Morton, "but the traffic island had no lighting which I think is ridiculous.
Among Green Island's objectives is the beautification of schools, traffic islands, and blighted areas.
Rosen said the traffic improvements should not include any changes to the traffic patterns in Tatnuck Square or disturb the veterans memorial in the traffic island.
Traffic island is a parking paradise, but not for cops 3.
Around an hour earlier in Limassol a 17-year-old was arrested after running a red light, crashing through a traffic island, and then colliding with another car in Limassol, Tirimou said.
THE morning and evening traffic jam leading up to and around the junction of Binley Road and the A444 is getting more and more difficult to navigate and drivers are taking increasingly dangerous risks to get around the traffic island.
Today we feature the old fountain in Wooler Market Place, under threat to make way for a traffic island.
A MAN suffered serious injuries after the scooter he was on crashed into a traffic island.
The traffic island at the bottom of Mill Lane will be converted into a mini roundabout to enable motorists to turn round.
It was 35 years ago today that these three students declared unilateral independence on a traffic island in Ranelagh Place, outside the Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, during university Rag Week, February, 1972.