Related formstrans·con·ti·nen·tal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for transcontinental
Hannah Hart recently finished a transcontinental tour that linked with other emerging web video artists.
Transcontinental rail was a great idea in the 19th century, when it was actually the fastest way to get from point A to Point B.
Then there was that amazing by-product of the Civil War, the Transcontinental Railroad.
The most remarkable fact about the Transcontinental Railroad was how well Americans understood its purpose, and its benefits.
There were few railroads, and no transcontinental line until 1869.Little Pills, An Army Story|Robert Henderson McKay
The Union Pacific railroad was completed on the 9th of the month, and the transcontinental route opened to the public.
We see the results of this today at any of the stations where our transcontinental train stops.Canadian Wilds|Martin Hunter
Five transcontinental lines bear the rushing armies westward, ever westward into the sea.The Conquest|Eva Emery Dye
Transcontinental railways appealed to him as a public necessity.The Real Jefferson Davis|Landon Knight