Mr Macia, 27, had been arrested because his cab was allegedly obstructing traffic.
What does OT stand for?
OT stands for Obstructing Traffic (traffic law)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 40 other meanings of OT in our Acronym Attic
- Organisation für Sicherheit und Zusammenarbeit in Europa (German: Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe)
- (USN Rating) Ocean Systems Technician
- Aruba or Curaçoa to Northwest Africa (routing designation; US Navy)
- Curaçoa to Trinidad (routing designation; US Navy)
- New York to Netherlands West Indies (routing designation; US Navy)
- Oberer Totpunkt (German: Top Dead Center)
- Object Technology
- Observer Trainer (military exercises)
- Observing Tool
Samples in periodicals archive:
Other Omani activists also faced with similar prison terms, after being charged with a number of offences connected to protests, including challenging the authorities and obstructing traffic.
Similarly, 1061 transport vehicles were fined for carrying passengers in a dangerous position, 711 for having defective light, 1149 for driving on one way, 945 for driving on the wrong side of the road, 3310 for obstructing traffic, 5251 for overloading, 10059 for over-speeding, 66 for emitting smoke, 2860 for turning where prohibited, 1120 for using high beam during drive and 11258 for miscellaneous violation.
Liverpool crown court heard the scaffolder could be seen making gestures at police and deliberately obstructing traffic just after midnight on the second night of rioting, on August 9, last year.
Kevin Clinton, head of road safety at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, said: "Anybody who steps into the road with the intention of obstructing traffic is acting illegally.
All 11 protesters were released yesterday morning after being charged with obstructing traffic and obstructing the police.
On the other hand, Israeli police issued Mosleh Mansour, a resident of Wadi Qana, an arbitrary fine of around $300 for crossing the road on foot, on the pretext of obstructing traffic.