Examples of rush hour in a Sentence
We got caught in the morning rush hour.
Recent Examples of rush hour from the Web
Erik Burse, with the Texas Department of Public Safety, said a preliminary investigation of the incident showed that two cars, an Acura and an Infinity, collided with an 18-wheeler at about 3:15 p.m. just before the evening rush hour.
Whether correctly predicting consumer tastes in television shows or music, or finding the best route home in rush hour traffic, the possibilities seem endless.
The protests have shut down rush hour traffic several times, blocked thousands of fans from attending two Sacramento Kings games, disrupted a City Council meeting and closed down Interstate 5.
On the new line, buses will arrive at stations every 10 minutes during rush hour, and every 12 to 15 minutes off-peak.
New York City, where the temperatures dipped blow freezing in Central Park, is expected to get 6 to 12 inches of snow and wind gusts of up to 40 miles per hour — with the worst of it expected just as the evening rush hour gets underway.
Workers wait out rush hour traffic in its weeknight-only Casual Side wine bar.
Motorists are encouraged to use Route 5 (Branch Avenue) or U.S. 301 (Crain Highway) as alternate routes and plan for extra commuting time as the closure likely will extend into the evening rush hour, according to MDOT.
On the subway, officials lengthened the amount of time between trains during rush hour.
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First Known Use of rush hour
RUSH HOUR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rush hour for English Language Learners
: a time during the day early in the morning or late in the afternoon when many people are traveling on roads to get to work or to get home from work
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