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How to use monorail in a sentence
Most of a monorail could be built within the highway right of way.Monorail is a ‘viable’ transit option for I-270 but wouldn’t reduce traffic, study says | Katherine Shaver | March 3, 2021 | Washington Post
The study assumed monorail trains would arrive every six minutes during the morning and evening rush and every 12 minutes off-peak.
His company owns property across the Washington region, he said, but not at any of the proposed monorail stations.
Clustering new homes and jobs around monorail stations would help the area grow in a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way, Eisinger said.
Eisinger said he believes a monorail could be built and operated via a public-private partnership with teams of companies financing its construction and operating it in exchange for state payments to cover their debt, costs and a profit.
Before the revolution, he makes a mere monorail for Brisbane.
There is also another type of monorail of overhead construction, the wheels running on the rail from which the car hangs.The Wonder Book of Knowledge | Various
A distance away, a hundred feet above the ground level, the shadowy form of what seemed a monorail structure showed for a moment.Astounding Stories, June, 1931 | Various
The two men turned quickly and disappeared through the door leading to the next monorail car.
Wearily, they drifted with the crowd and stepped on the slidestairs leading down to the monorail platform.
Suddenly the monorail roared out of the tunnel and into brilliant early-morning sun again.
British Dictionary definitions for monorail
a single-rail railway, often elevated and with suspended cars
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