Examples of rapid transit in a Sentence
We'll use rapid transit to get from the airport to the hotel.
Recent Examples of rapid transit from the Web
At the northeast corner there's a Divvy station, and across the street on Washington stands a Loop Link bus rapid transit station.
For residents of our nation’s capital, news of a fire on the city’s rapid transit system—the Washington Metro—is not surprising.
The $30 fee increase would generate nearly $15 million to pay for bus service, bridge and road repairs, and development of a bus rapid transit service between downtown Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center in Wauwatosa.
In the early 1900s, two private companies, Brooklyn Rapid Transit and Interborough Rapid Transit, controlled the city’s rapid transit railways.
Moscow has also seen a major expansion of its metro system, and the inauguration of a rapid transit network and several new expressways on his watch.
This could help determine whether passenger rail for commuters is more economical than bus rapid transit, and at what seasons and times of day.
One step toward that modern transit network would be Milwaukee County's proposed bus rapid transit service north of I-94 between downtown Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Regional Medical Center in Wauwatosa.
The addition of the bike lanes comes at the time that the Kansas City Area Transportation is re-routed its Main MAX rapid transit route.
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RAPID TRANSIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rapid transit for English Language Learners
: the system that is used in cities for quickly bringing people to and from places on trains, buses, etc.
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