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Intercity

™ (in Britain) denoting a fast train or passenger rail service, esp between main towns
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As soon as the monopoly fell, inter-city bus companies sprang up left, right, and centre and everybody jumped onto the bandwagon.
After the success of the Automated Fare Collection System in buses within Dubai emirate, the agency has generalised this method of payment in all inter-city bus trips from and to the emirate throughout the bus stations dotting Dubai emirate and other cities in the UAE," Shakeri said.
The XO nationwide inter-city network connects 75 major metropolitan markets across the United States.
The road was closed to inter-city traffic for more than two hours.
But Tom Wileman, managing director of the Stagecoach and Citylink venture, said: "The decision runs a serious risk of jeopardising the future of inter-city coach services in Scotland.
NOT WANTING TO TAKE THE BLAME FOR KILLING THE CHOO-CHOO, THE NIXON ADMINISTRATION PUT INTER-CITY TRAIN SERVICE ON LIFE SUPPORT, AND THUS, AMTRAK WAS BORN.
The battle to be in the team representing the Coventry City Tennis Club at the finals of The Privilege Inter-City Challenger at the City of Nottingham Tennis Centre will recommence next week.
I agree with Mr Keith Brooks chief executive of TBi, which owns Cardiff International Airport, that the platform should be long enough to take inter-city trains running between Swansea and London.
Tom Wileman,director of Stagecoach Scotland,said: 'Motorvator will bean excellent addition to our range of inter-city services, which include Stagecoach Express andour successful low-cost inter-city bus operation megabus.
And Anne is a stalwart of the Huddersfield Inter-City team who have successfully defended their title - for three consecutive years.
EASYJET founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou is setting up a low-cost inter-city bus company.
About 40 percent of inter-city freight, half of the nation's hazardous materials and more than two-thirds of the coal used to generate electricity is moved by rail.

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