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interurban

[¦in·tər′ər·bən]
(geography)
Connecting or extending between urban areas.
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2] and pollutant emissions per passenger and ton-kilometer for each interurban road mode for Spain are shown in Table 3.
High speed cars such as the Prospector and new double deck long range and interurban cars are discussed in detail as well as smaller and lesser known aspects of the business such as mining and industrial machines.
Amtrak, provider of interurban railway services, connects towns and cities around the United States with 33,000 kilometers (20,000 miles) of train tracks in 46 states.
Also, construction of shoulders in interurban segments, and sidewalks and other safety related works in urban areas; improvements of urban crossings, including bus stops and parking areas at key locations.
The Prime Minister added that the preferential incentives Tunisia provides to its partners, notably in matters of infrastructure, legislation and skilled human resources, will be reinforced in the coming years in light of the large-scale public projects planned in such strategic sectors as railway, urban and interurban transport, power production and oil refining.
Other topics include correlating APA to field permanent deformation for HMA mixes, predicting pavement deterioration for the Saudi interurban network, designing asphalt pavement for orthotropic steel bridge decks, and evaluating damage for super heavy load moves.
Museum Art 4) Free burritos from Qdoba Mexican Grill 1) $25 gift certificate for Christmas Expressions 1) Free night's lodging at Holmberg House Bed and Breakfast 1) Night's lodging at Montford Inn 2) $25 gift certificates for Louie's Restaurant 2) $10 gift certificates from Interurban Restaurant
Five of these would cover each of the districts (Nicosia, Larnaca, Limassol, Paphos, Famagusta), the sixth company would handle interurban routes.
In 2008, an agreement signed between Tunisie Telecom and the national interurban transport authority (SNTRI) led to the equipment of some 1400 buses with GSP technology.
Favorite place in Whatcom County: Any view point along Chuckanut Drive while biking the Interurban trails
Similarly, sometimes Schwantes seems too quick to attribute causation: for example, he writes: "A person riding [an electric interurban car] as it ambled through the countryside from one stop to another--or worse, riding to work aboard a slowpoke streetcar--had only to notice his neighbor speed by in an automobile to be motivated to purchase one just as good or better for himself" (109).
Measurement Systems International, 14240 Interurban Ave.