English version

rush hour in Roads topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrush hourˈrush hour ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  TTRBUSY PLACEthe time of day when the roads, buses, trains etc are most full, because people are travelling to or from work I got caught in the morning rush hour. heavy rush hour traffic
Examples from the Corpus
rush hourWhich is hard to believe at rush hour.That concentration, greater than on a highway during rush hour, would not cause even a headache in most healthy people.Service is frequent, with trains running every 7 { minutes during rush hour and once every 30 minutes on Sundays.Like traffic caught in rush hour, freeway construction moves glacially -- especially when well-organized locals try to spike it.In rush hour, forget it.The law states the owners would have to put in a ferry, an interesting thought for the rush hour.Peter suggested keeping on until half an hour into the rush hour but no longer as it looked like being particularly crowded today.