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Difference between Fast lane and Fast track

fast lane

1. the traffic lane for vehicles that are moving rapidly:

  • Taxi drivers claim that when traffic breaks down, the fast lane breaks down first so they move immediately to the right lane.

2. a hectic and pressured lifestyle often characterized by recklessness or dissipation:

  • He lived in the fast-lane of his times—hard drinking, gambling, and all the other stuff.

fast trackthe quickest route or means to achievement of a goal:

  • Haiti’s past has taught him that elections do not necessarily put a country on a fast track to democracy.