Saturday Service

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CTA Yellow Line - History - The Skokie Swift
... The Skokie Swift high-speed (5 miles in 6-1/2 minutes) service, between Howard Street in Chicago and Dempster Street, Skokie, was inaugurated on April 20, 1964, as a federally-aided mass transportation ... On its first day of service, Skokie Swift carried nearly 4,000 passengers in a 16-hour period compared to approximately 1,600 passengers carried by the North Shore Railroad from the Dempster Terminal in a 12-hour ... Because of the weekday success, Saturday service was inaugurated, with more than 2,000 riders ...
List Of New Jersey Transit Bus Routes (600–699) - Routes
... Pennington Pennington Avenue No Sunday service Saturday service extended to East Trenton via Perry Street 603 Mercer Mall Hamilton Square Princeton/Brunswick Pike Broad Street White Horse Avenue No Sunday service ... Front Street Weekday rush hours only (Lunchtime service formerly provided discontinued June 2009 due to low ridership) Free rides for State of New Jersey employees with ID 612 ... Princeton/Brunswick Pike Broad Street Route 130 Additional service between Mercer Mall and White Horse available on the 619 ... Ewing Mercer County Community College ...
London Buses Route 159 - History
... In 1956, the Sunday service was withdrawn along with the Croydon allocation, and the Old Coulsdon section was replaced by a Sunday route 190 ... In 1964 route was extended from Thornton Heath to Croydon Garage (Saturday am) and Brixton Garage (BN) gained the Saturday service, which was reduced with the introduction of the 159A ... On 17 June 1972 the service was diverted at St John's Wood to serve Rossmore Road, instead of Lords ...
Lowell Regional Transit Authority - Routes
... All of the routes serve Monday through Friday and most provide Saturday service. 133 - No Saturday Service 12 Tewksbury via Rte. 129/110 - No Saturday Service 16 Chelmsford Center Chelmsford via Chelmsford Street 17 North Chelmsford via Middlesex Street 18 Pheasant Lane Mall via Middlesex ...

Famous quotes containing the words service and/or saturday:

    Let the good service of well-deservers be never rewarded with loss. Let their thanks be such as may encourage more strivers for the like.
    Elizabeth I (1533–1603)

    The return of the asymmetrical Saturday was one of those small events that were interior, local, almost civic and which, in tranquil lives and closed societies, create a sort of national bond and become the favorite theme of conversation, of jokes and of stories exaggerated with pleasure: it would have been a ready- made seed for a legendary cycle, had any of us leanings toward the epic.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)