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public transport

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpublic transportˌpublic ˈtransport British English, public transportation American English ●●○ noun [uncountable]  buses, trains etc that are available for everyone to use
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public transportRaids on farms were also reported and public transport was paralysed in the capital, Lima, as bus operators withdrew services.Traffic lights can be reprogrammed to give public transport instant priority over other road users.Receipts from the sale of the licences would be ploughed back into the provision of improved public transport.Most transport investment has gone on road construction and not on public transport.Within six months we will review the roads programme and mobilise private capital for large-scale public transport investment.Ministers believe these partnerships are vital to their pledge to revitalise the health service, public transport and education.
From Longman Business Dictionarypublic transportˌpublic ˈtransportTRAVEL buses, trains etc that are available for everyone to use SYN public transportation AmEBy investing in public transport, we can transform commuters’ lives and create a cleaner environment. transport
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