traffic control

  1. control of the flow of traffic in a building or a city
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How To Use traffic control In A Sentence

  • Military air traffic controllers were called in to do the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • In doing so, you have helped a pilot in distress and are a credit to [Air Force] Air Traffic Control.
  • The study says there must be a complete overhaul of air traffic control systems.
  • The U.S. Marines operate the air-traffic control tower, and a small contingent of U.S. Army troops run the power-production facility.
  • They questioned whether air traffic controllers should have over-ruled Captain Fuchs and insisted on him using a remote runway.
  • It enables air traffic control to send a signal to the airplane that alerts the pilots to incoming communication.
  • Caitlin acted as traffic controller, designating the rooms to which the things were assigned.
  • To the right of my bed is the "oxygen dilutor" button and above me are 101 knobs and buttons for radio traffic control. The Local - Sweden's news in English
  • Once again, the Americans had essentially reassumed control of the airfield by operating the air traffic control system that extended southward from Thule to Newfoundland.
  • An annual windfall of up to £83m could be ring-fenced to create an improved business environment, through better roads, streetscapes, traffic control, and offering a better service for tourists.
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