Limited Stop

Some articles on limited stop, stops, limited, limited stops, stop:

Cross Bay Boulevard - Public Transportation
... is served by three main local buses and two limited stop buses ... There are also the Q52 and Q53, limited stop buses that only stops at select bus stops ... run down the entire stretch of both Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevards, acting as a limited stop version of both the Q11 and Q21 ...
Canning Bridge Railway Station - Bus Routes
... Road, East Perth via Kwinana Freeway 881 to Wellington Street bus station (Limited Stop) via Kwinana Freeway 909 ... Rail Replacement Service to Perth Stand 100 ... to Curtin University via Manning and Kent Street 101 ...
List Of Bus Routes In Westchester County - Routes - Limited-stop and Express
21 Bedford Park Blvd.-Lehman College ↔ Central Park Avenue Limited-stop service ... between the Bronx and the Cross County Shopping Center, via Macy's, making limited stops ... Second AM trip continues non-stop to Peekskill ...
... In public transit, a limited-stop bus, tram or train service is a service that stops less frequently than local service ... Additionally there may be a "semi-fast" service with more stops than a "fast" service, but fewer than a "slow" service ... In a typical metropolitan area limited-stop services are most likely to be scheduled at times when more people are travelling, not limited to the Rush Hour ...
Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station - Other Transport - Bus Services - Noord Holland Services
... Connexxion services depart from the Kamperbrug bus stops (front) ... Landsmeer 225 (EBS) Centraal Station - Landsmeer Limited stop service 301 (EBS) Centraal Station - Ilpendam - Purmerend Tramplein - M.L ... Volendam West - Edam - Edam Bus Station Limited stop between Amsterdam and Volendam 314 (EBS) Centraal Station - Broek in Waterland - Edam Bus Station - Oosthuizen - Scharwoude ...

Famous quotes containing the words stop and/or limited:

    One seems to believe almost all that they believe; and when they stop short and call it a Religion, and you pass on, and call it only a reminiscence of one, should you not part with the kiss of peace?
    Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881)

    Work though we must, our jobs do not automatically determine our priorities concerning our marriages, our children, our social life, or even our health. It’s still life, constrained as it may be by limited disposable income or leisure time, and we’re still responsible for making it something we enjoy or endure.
    Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)