Traffic moving the opposite direction of most other traffic
A MAC address is sufficient to route traffic locally on a network because it provides the needed information with regard to the equipment's location. This is true for most level 2 network traffic.
The shortest route from the US to Europe would be to head east across the Atlantic Ocean. The shortest route would be a great circle route from the western most extreme of Europe to the eastern most extreme of the US.
With average traffic, about 45 minutes. 97 N to 695 E is the most direct route. If traffic is extremely heavy, it could take twice as much time.
most common route is to fly over the Atlantic ocean (i.e. fly east)
You can get driving directions for your GPS or computer bypassing tunnels, but why would you want to? The tunnels are usually the most direct route to your destination with little to no traffic jams and without all of the traffic lights on the surface roads.
The river that flowed through it caused erosion to the surface.
The pilot or airline files a flight plan, then Air Traffic Control decides the route.
You go on a highway you find traffic
A hub creates the most traffic collisions.