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ColRegs Home>ColRegs>Definitions>Traffic Separation Schemes (TSSs) Traffic Separation Scheme - Dover Straits (not to be used for navigation) back to top Dover Straits Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) (not to be used for navigation) In the 1960s, roughly half of all collisions in the world were occurring in the English Channel   Now there are TSSs world-wide in busy areas - with a number just in the English Channel: Traffic Separation Schemes in the English Channel (not to be used for navigation) English Channel Traffic Separation Schemes  (TSSs) (not to be used for navigation) Note that most TSSs are subject to radar surveillance.  Many also have aerial surveillance  There have been a number prosecutions for not complying with TSSs - including in the English Channel ...
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