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TMFThe Motley Fool
TMFTurkiye Motosiklet Federasyonu (Turkish: Motorcycle Federation of Turkey)
TMFThe Magnetic Fields (band)
TMFThe Music Factory (TV)
TMFTrinity Mother Frances (hospital; Texas)
TMFTagged Font Metric File
TMFTrick Mode Flag
TMFTransaction Manager Facility
TMFTrace Message Format
TMFToo Many Formals
TMFTransport Multiplexing Function
TMFTelemanagement Forum
TMFTry Me Free
TMFTrial Master File
TMFTerminated Merchant File (credit card systems)
TMFToo Much Fun
TMFTexas Medical Foundation
TMFThermo-Mechanical Fatigue
TMFThe Marketing Forum
TMFThe Music Foundation (various locations)
TMFTug McGraw Foundation (est. 2003)
TMFTivoli Management Framework
TMFTraffic Mitigation Fee (PierPASS, Inc.)
TMFTickling Media Forum
TMFTurquoise Mountain Foundation (Afghanistan)
TMFTransaction Monitoring Facility (Tandem)
TMFThe Minneapolis Foundation (est. 1915)
TMFTable Mountain Facility (JPL)
TMFTemple Mount Faithful
TMFThin Metal Film
TMFTexas Military Forces
TMFTrajectory Management Framework (European air traffic management system)
TMFThird Millennium Foundation (New York)
TMFTropical Moist Forest
TMFTele-Manufacturing Facility
TMFTraffic Management Flight
TMFTurbine Mid Frame
TMFTereza Maxova Foundation (Czech Republic)
TMFThe Mighty Federer (tennis player Roger Federer)
TMFThe Media Fund
TMFTreasury Managed Funds (Australia)
TMFTravelling Magnetic Field
TMFTMN Management Function
TMFThe Molecular Foundry (US Department of Energy; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; California)
TMFThrust Management Function
TMFTrack Maintenance Foreman (railway track maintenance)
TMFTexture Masking Function
TMFTheater Manpower Force
TMFTotal Metal Flux
TMFThunder Mountain Forces (gaming clan)
TMFTrack Management Function
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The amendment proposes changes to the structure of the current Off-peak program and traffic mitigation fee employed by WCMTOA at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Export containers subject to the Traffic Mitigation Fee (TMF) that arrive at terminals during peak hours (Monday through Friday from 3:00 a.m.
To help shift cargo movement to nights and weekends, the ports established five new shifts per week for all international container terminals and started charging a "traffic mitigation fee" of $40 per 20-foot container and $80 per 40-foot container for cargo movements during peak hours.
"I think one of the reasons for that [success] is the traffic mitigation fee," says Johnson.
Cargo moved off of a marine terminal during daylight hours requires payment of a Traffic Mitigation Fee surcharge that helps finance night operations at those same facilities.
PierPass will charge cargo owners a "Traffic Mitigation Fee" for picking up and delivering containers during peak hours, defined as 3 a.m.
Tenders are invited for Local Traffic Mitigation Fee Program.
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