Examples of rapid transit in a Sentence
We'll use rapid transit to get from the airport to the hotel.
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Last September the bus-only lane was made permanent with paint, and Everett has been hailed as a model for bus rapid transit in the region.
That kind of rapid transit is possible even though the LC 500 is a bit on the portly side.
Power told The Enquirer in 1964 the city would need some form of rapid transit.
The child's body was found April 11 just west of the Journal Square rail station in Jersey City in the PATH rapid transit system, which serves New Jersey and parts of New York City.
That plan would have placed bus rapid transit lines on several corridors, added commuter rail between Detroit and Ann Arbor and improved and expanded bus service.
But for decades transit experts and advocates have pointed to a much cheaper alternative for bringing rapid transit to the far south side.
Curran said that any such extra density would depend on infrastructure improvements to be feasible, such as light rail, bus rapid transit and additional roads.
The area is west of the Journal Square station in the PATH rapid transit system, which serves New Jersey and parts of New York City.
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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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