switch train

switch train

[′swich ‚trān]
(electricity)
A series of switches in tandem.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"We had to bring in buses and switch train services in Ayrshire and Renfrewshire."
Chiltern Railways services were also subject to delays at both stations, with the operator removing ticket restrictions so passengers could switch trains.
Currently, supporters who have bought the cheaper advanced fares have to pay an amendment fee if they need to switch trains due to a fixture being rescheduled, or the kick-off time is moved.
Some 11 hours later, you'll switch trains in Chicago and have a four-hour layover, during which time you drag your luggage around with you.
He said 'the ideal scenario is one where passengers can take a seamless ride and just transfer from platform to platform' where passengers would only have to transfer from platform to platform not where commuters would have to jump from mall to mall and walk a distance of at least 200 meters before being able to switch trains.
On the trip back to Taipei we had to switch trains in a city called Taichung.
This means you no longer need to switch trains on long or short distance journeys.
Luckily fort the rest of the passengers, we had to switch trains in Bern.
"We are talking about restoring rail traffic to Riga, even with the need to switch trains, and from there to Lithuania.
We still had to switch trains and jump through hoops to get to our final destinations, and by the time I arrived at work, I had just enough time to eat lunch, edit a single story and head back home.