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General words for transportation

arrivals

noun

planes, trains, or buses that have just arrived at a place after a journey

communication

noun

a transport system for taking people or goods from one place to another

conveyance

noun

the process of moving people, animals, or goods from one place to another

departure

noun

a plane, bus, or train that leaves a place at a particular time

freight

noun

the transport system that carries goods

haulage

noun

the business of carrying goods by road or railway, or the cost of doing this

link

noun

a means of travel or communication connecting two or more places

mass transit

noun

public transport, especially in a city or town

public transport

noun

buses, trains etc that everyone can use. The American word is public transportation.

service

noun

a bus, train, ship, or plane that goes regularly to a particular place or at a particular time

shuttle

noun

a bus, train, or plane that makes frequent short journeys between two places

transit

noun

a system of buses, trains etc that people use to travel around a particular city or area

transport

noun

the business of moving people or things from one place to another, usually using buses or trains

transport

noun

a method of travelling or moving things from one place to another

transport

noun

the process of moving people or things from one place to another, usually in a vehicle

transportation

noun

the activity of moving people or things from one place to another, or the system used for doing this

transportation

noun

the activity of travelling from one place to another

transportation

noun

a method of travelling from one place to another

pre-roll

a video advertisement that appears immediately before an online video

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