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it on"It was already a busy stop, now it's even busier.
If you do travel, trains will be busier than usual, journeys will take longer and unless you have reserved one, you won't be guaranteed a seat.
We expect the M6 junction 13 to 12 and the A5 to be much busier than normal.
Skies have been much busier this year with increased flights at the airport and to plan ahead, Santa held talks with Debra Barber, managing director at the airport, and also visited the air traffic control tower to coordinate the sleigh's route.
A string of minor crashes and breakdowns caused some of the queues - but the roads were already busier than usual because of people travelling for the Rugby World Cup and to start back at university.
In his first interview since being axed as the show's presenter following his attack on producer Oisin Tymon, Clarkson said he was busier than ever - despite being unemployed.
And so, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is planning to set up ATM outlets in the subways so that they get busier and safer with security guards and CCTV cameras around.
UPS expects this holiday season to be busier than last, thanks to the growing popularity of online shopping.
Paul the Apostle Airport is soon expected to become a whole lot busier as local authorities have decided to provide subsidies to Wizz Air and Adria Airways to launch services to the lake side town next year.
Tennis development manager at Tennis Scotland, Mike Cohen said that they had definitely seen an increase, as club activities were a lot busier.
Clubs in Newport say they had been hoping for a busier weekend as golf fever hit the area, but instead found themselves having a quiet weekend as players stayed at home to watch the Ryder Cup.
But) gradually it has been getting busier and busier - other people in the motor trade have been saying that too.
Unlike the much busier Sofia Airport, the situation at the Varna Airport is rather relaxed as Saturday is the least busy day there.
It's the busiest day of the year, busier than Christmas Eve.
Chief executive of the CAB Mike Eden said the only CAB busier in England and Wales was Birmingham - and added that on current figures this year looks even busier.