What is public transport?

  • (noun): Conveyance for passengers or mail or freight.

Public Transport

Public transport (North American English: public transportation or public transit) is a shared passenger transportation service which is available for use by the general public, as distinct from modes such as taxicab, car pooling or hired buses which are not shared by strangers without private arrangement.

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Public Transport - Regulations - Sleeping
... In the era when long distance trips took several days, sleeping accommodations were an essential part of transportation ... (On land, the lodging involved was often part of the infrastructure the inn or ryokan, which did not move, sheltered travelers ...
Lystrup - Public Transport
... Public transportation in Lystrup and Aarhus is primarily by buses, but Lystrup also has a smaller train-station for the local train, that services the citizens of eastern ... All public transportation is provided by Århus Sporveje - the oldest and only municipal driven transport firm in the country ...
Bergen Light Rail - History - Political Process
... The light rail service is estimated to give an increase in the use of public transport from Fana, reducing both local and global pollution ... do not have capacity for further traffic growth, and any increase in public transport would need to be taken along the light-rail routes on buses—this would give higher ... Opponents of the project argued that it is unfair that public transport be funded by car drivers through toll roads ...
Mérida, Mérida - Transportation - Public Transport
... Mérida has one of Venezuela's best public transit systems nevertheless, the system has become overwhelmed by increasing demand, and may be ... and supervised by the municipal organization for metropolitan transport ... As is the practice throughout the country, the public transport system has special fares for senior citizens, and a student pass providing some of the lowest costs in the country ...

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