any form of transportation that charge set fares, run fixed routes, and are available to the public such as buses, subways, ferries, and trains
Triggering the revolt was an innocuous-seeming fare increase of about nine cents for public transportation in São Paulo.
He did in his speech renew his call for alternative forms of energy and for greater fuel efficiencies and public transportation.
It can take her more than two hours to make the 15-mile trip on public transportation.
"It's little wonder why public transportation was the trigger for the protests," says Schüler.
We must invest in public transportation and energy efficiency now, not in ten years, nor five years, or we invite catastrophe.
public transportation will in no case be furnished to officers' servants.
public transportation, he admitted, was superior to that found in the Western capitals.
You can enjoy complete seclusion and still be no more than a ten-minute walk from public transportation.
The cars like the rest of public transportation, were as comfortable as any Hank knew.
It had been a long time since I suffered the wasted time and inconvenience of public transportation.