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1(train/traffic) que va hacia el oeste(train/traffic) que va en dirección oeste
- There were reports of debris on the westbound carriageway and a 50 mph speed limit was imposed.
- The accident, which happened just before 6.20 pm, caused the westbound carriageway of the A64 to be shut for six hours.
- Three of the station tracks were now simultaneously occupied by westbound trains.
- He said two stretches of barriers had already been erected alongside the westbound carriageway - close to the village and alongside the underpass.
- Once more we went across the platform to a waiting westbound train.
- The widths of both the east and westbound dual carriageways across the flyover were narrowed to allow workmen access to repair the flyover's parapets.
- The westbound carriageway was reopened shortly after 1pm and the eastbound after 1.30 pm.
- I am on a westbound train, heading for my work in Dalmuir.
- Motorists wanting to cross from the westbound carriageway to the eastbound side were diverted to Tadcaster, where they were meant to use an existing flyover.
- The works caused serious congestion on the westbound carriageway last night.
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