Traffic Sample Clauses

Traffic. The provisions in this Section apply regardless how the ISP-bound traffic is determined.
Traffic. You acknowledge that we do not guarantee traffic to your website and that you are solely responsible for generating traffic.
Traffic. The Applicant has done a comprehensive analysis of the traffic impacts of the Project and agrees to the following mitigation:
Traffic. 2.1 Access to the Immovable shall at all times be under the control of the Lessor's security officer on-duty who may require persons to identify themselves and may refuse access for any justifiable reason;
Traffic. Traffic that is originated by a Customer of one Party on that Party’s network and terminates to a Customer of the other Party on that other Party’s network within Verizon's then current local calling area (including non-optional local calling scope arrangements) as defined in Verizon’s effective Customer Tariffs. A non-optional local calling scope arrangement is an arrangement that provides Customers a local calling scope (Extended Area Service, “EAS”), beyond their basic exchange serving area. Local Traffic does not include optional local calling scope traffic (i.e., traffic that under an optional rate package chosen by the Customer terminates outside of the Customer’s basic exchange serving area). IntraLATA calls originated on a 1+ presubscription basis, or on a casual dialed (10XXX/101XXXX) basis are not considered Local Traffic. Local Traffic does not include any Internet Traffic.
Traffic the total load of the operator’s network components and facilities in the time interval.
Traffic. The speed limit in the Park is 15 km/hour. Pedestrians have the right of way at all times. Repeated violation will be deemed sufficient cause for the Park to deny any Guest the privilege of operating a motor vehicle within the Park.
Traffic. Both vehicular and non-vehicular traffic, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, wheelchairs, and equestrian traffic.
Traffic. The Contractor agrees to comply, and agrees to require that all of its personnel will comply with all posted traffic signs, signals and instructions of personnel assigned for traffic control and parking purposes and with the provisions of the NASA Xxxxx Research Center Safety Manual (GLM-QSA-1700.1), Chapter 19, Vehicle & Pedestrian Safety, incorporated herein by reference and made a part hereof.
Traffic. Traffic volumes and associated freeway operations discussed below are based on the detailed Tier II Traffic Technical Report State Route 11/Otay Mesa East Land Port of Entry, October 2010 which analyzes conditions for street segments, peak hour intersections, and freeway segments for the Current (2009), Opening Year (2015) and Horizon Year (2035). The traffic volumes shown in the Report are based on the SANDAG regional transportation model Series 11, 2030-year forecast. Since the model‟s horizon year is 2030 and the horizon year for this project is 2035, a growth factor of 1% per year was used as is typical in the San Diego region. The results and conclusions for the project are based primarily on roadway and intersection operations, expressed in terms of level of service (LOS). Six levels of service are defined for each type of facility for which analysis procedures are available. They are given letter designations from A to F, with LOS A representing the best operating conditions and LOS F the worst. Each LOS represents a range of operating conditions as illustrated in the table below. Table 3 – Level of Service Level of Service (LOS) General Description Signalized Intersection Description A Primarily free-flow operations. Vehicles are completely unimpeded in their ability to maneuver within the traffic stream. < 10 Second Delay B Vehicles operations are reasonably unimpeded. There is only a slight restriction on the ability to maneuver within the traffic stream. > 10 and < 20 Second Delay