- of, located in, or operating between two or more cities or towns.
- a train, bus, etc., or a transportation system operating between cities.
Origin of interurban
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Examples from the Web for interurban
There, Orange Scott ran the interurban, a turn-of-the-century electric trolley line that connected the boomtown with its exurbs.
“It could run 80 miles an hour,” remembered one passenger long after the interurban had vanished.
The interurban is bringing a lot more business to Montgomery.Otherwise Phyllis
All the other towns, Guests, Fillmore—all the rest of them—are on the railroad or interurban.Stubble</p>
This is now occupied by the interurban railway as their depot.History of Linn County Iowa
Luther A. Brewer
In other words, why should Holtville be the terminal of the Holtville interurban?Our Railroads To-Morrow
The automobile is being overhauled so we came on the interurban.The Camp Fire Girls at Onoway House
Hildegard G. Frey
Word Origin and History for interurban
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