travel time


  1. time spent traveling for a job, as from home to work or in the course of business.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of travel time1

First recorded in 1885–90

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Example Sentences

The league could theoretically host a third division in Europe, cutting down on travel times and distances between the teams involved.

Allow a few extra minutes of travel time, if you must be out early, in the typically colder spots north and west of town.

A major rollout of e-bike-friendly bike lanes is currently underway in Berlin, where leaders plan to build 10 new bicycle highways to spur commuter biking and reduce travel time by eliminating obstacles like stop signs and cars.

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Metro said detours could change and urged anyone who needs to travel to plan ahead and allow additional travel time.

It is an opportunity to deliver what has happened in Virginia, where you’ve seen congestion relief and improved travel time in both the express lanes and the regular lanes.

If the rhinos are instead driven to Botswana, travel time could be up to 48 hours.

Again, most of the boys spend the travel time dozing or poring over comic books.

It aims to let low-risk passengers shave off travel time, while allowing the TSA to focus on real security risks.

The order is based on the peak hour Travel Time Index (TTI) for the metropolitan area each highway is in.

Not to mention the travel time involved in coming up from San Antonio and the like.

I was on that train, and I rambled it from one end to the other—which is a bad habit I have when I'm trying to kill travel-time.

I was permitted 30 days leave, 13 days travel time, which I took advantage of.

If he had estimated Scotty's travel time correctly, the jeep should just now be emerging into the brilliant sunlight of the peaks.





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