Term referring to a student that lives in off-campus housing At most four-year schools, freshmen are required to live on-campus
a passenger train that is ridden primarily by commuters someone who travels regularly from home in a suburb to work in a city
The Commuter was a series of Mercury full-size station wagons The first Commuter appeared in 1957 The name remained in use through 1968, with the exception of 1963, when it was not offered See also: Colony Park
An exempt for-hire air carrier that publishes a time schedule on specific routes; a special type of air taxi
A student who lives off campus in housing that is not owned by, operated by, or affiliated with the college This category includes students who commute from home and students who have moved to the area to attend college
A commuter belt is the area surrounding a large city, where many people who work in the city live. people who live in the commuter belt around the capital. an area around a large city, from which many people travel to work every day
- Local and regional passenger train service between a central city, its suburbs and/or another central city, operating primarily during commutes hours Designed to transport passengers from their residences to their job sites Differs from rail rapid transit in that the passenger cars generally are heavier, the average trip lengths are usually longer, and the operations are carried out over tracks that are part of the railroad system
- Heavy gauge rail service accessing major employment centers as well as residential origins This service can be both local and express, and may be accessed by both pedestrians and automobiles Large amounts of parking are often associated with stops along this service
Multicar rail transportation utilizing exclusive rights-of-way with service between urban areas or between outlying suburbs and the urban core Usually involves greater distances and fewer stops than those normally found with light rail or heavy rail
Railroad local and regional passenger train operations between a central city, its suburbs, and/or another central city It may be either locomotive-hauled or self-propelled, and is characterized by multi-trip tickets, specific station-to-station fares, railroad employment practices, and usually only one or two stations in the central business district Also known as "suburban rail "
Commuter Rail is urban passenger train service for short distance (local) travel between a central city and adjacent suburbs and long haul (regional) passenger service between cities It does not include heavy rail service or light rail service (serving longer distances) Commuter rail service may be either locomotive-hauled or self-propelled, and is characterized by reduced fare multi-trip tickets, specific station-to-station fares, railroad employment practices, and usually only one or two stations in the central business district Also known as "suburban rail " It may cross the geographical boundaries of a state
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