a system of buses, trains, etc, running on fixed routes, on which the public may travel
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How to use public transport in a sentence
A bad day for Mark Francis would involve having to take public transport and having the crusts left on his bread.
No test of common humanity is quite so commonplace or so trying as public transport.
Now the Parisian public transport authority, the RATP, is trying to solve this problem of politesse.
Indeed, there was a time when the smell in Paris public transport could knock you off your feet.
Two answers: the high cost of owning a vehicle and the increasing ease of public transport.