- transport tiqilishi
Noun(1) a traffic jam so bad that no movement is possible
(1) Diversions left early morning motorists facing huge tailbacks and the gridlock is expected to continue tonight.(2) A meeting was convened to discuss possible ways to prevent total gridlock .(3) London's new congestion charging experiment - designed to ease traffic gridlock in the capital - went live this morning.(4) the city reaches gridlock during peak hours(5) The best way to ease gridlock is to voluntarily switch to other forms of travel, where possible.(6) One open-air concert starring Robbie Williams attracted 370,000 people and caused gridlock for miles.(7) The A1237 fails in that too many roads feed into it causing gridlock at peak times.(8) Months of political gridlock have taken the shine off of Chen's victory.(9) But Fontaine was also slowed by the gridlock created by internal Liberal Party machinations.(10) Mr Weston said: ‘It was total gridlock and we're determined it won't happen again.’(11) That could lead to months of gridlock and policy drift, say some analysts.(12) The move to inject liquidity started in Asia as the Bank of Japan reacted early to head off fears of a global gridlock .(13) People feared the development would cause traffic gridlock and claimed noisy fans would make their lives a misery.(14) If we want to keep motorists sane and avoid total the gridlock of Saturday last, now is the time to start planning.(15) Less than four years into the life of the parliament we seem to be facing the prospect of legislative gridlock .(16) Traffic lights lost power, causing gridlock all across the city.
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