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The Waikato network uses an initial nine BlipTrack[TM] roadside mounted sensors, to monitor travel times and route choices across the Waikato Region, with more units being added as new sections of road are opened.
It is known that route choices and decisions to cycle are affected by perceptions of safety, (1,13,19) and we found that perceptions largely aligned with observed evidence, with some exceptions.
Community and town councils have expressed opposition to the current consultation, which only gives residents different route choices for overhead power lines, with the option of small sections underground cables only in particularly sensitive areas.
THE City of London was the venue for a great weekend of orienteering with many of the Coventry-based Octavian Droobers among the 1,000-plus competitors tackling fast route choices to reach the controls via tunnels, staircases and skirting prominent landmarks such as the Gherkin tower and St Paul's Cathedral.
First, the higher dose ratios apply only to situations without route choice, although cyclists prefer to avoid motorized traffic, which exposes them to lower concentrations (Zuurbier et al.
amp;#8200;Record and report CO2 emissions for both vessels and trade lanes; * Improve scheduling and route choices by observing how weather, currents and deviation around heavy weather (longer distance) affect transit times and fuel consumption (cost); and * Build up databases of performance factors, such as weather, age, trade lane, hull condition etc.
These combine to produce patterns of estimates that lead to suboptimal route choice with respect to time.
We have to be able to run for 30 hours at a time, followed by cycling over mountains for 150k and then don our inline skates, climb up ropes and make some very tactical decisions with regards to navigation and route choice," said Maria.