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transit line

In surveying, any line of a survey traverse which is projected, either with or without measurement, by the use of a transit or the like.
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The rapid transit line is onestep toward filling the region's vast public transportation needs, he said.
Specifically, they hope to oversee the buildout of six bus rapid transit lines over the next 20 years to efficiently move people throughout the Lowcountry, cutting down on the number of residents commuting solo in their vehicles each day.
"The point of rapid transit lines is they have few stops, whereas the No 11 stops everywhere - there is a contradiction."
The transit line, with a length of 123 km and a diameter of 30 inches, will connect oil fields at Point A and a storage facility in the south.
The project includes the expansion of an existing manifold (a pipeline consolidation installation) at Point A, a location in the north of the country, and the installation of the new transit line.
Department of Transportation previously had agreed to provide the money, but it's still reassuring to get the formal award, said Andy Vobora, spokesman for LTD, which is developing and will operate the new transit line.
The ministry also said it instructed all nine train operators of similar unmanned elevated transit lines on the same day to check their train parts as well.
"On every front the rapid transit line makes sense, and I want to let the region's community know that we are ready and prepared to pay for our section of the line."
The public/private partnership of CTA and CPM accomplished its goal to return the transit line to riders in about two years.
Years of neglect left the country with 77-km in railway through the Metro Rail Transit Line 3, Light Rail Transit Line 1, LRT-2 and Philippine National Railways.
Robertzon Ramirez (The Philippine Star) - April 3, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines The Light Rail Transit Line 1 (LRT-1) yesterday lifted its ban on liquid substances at its train stations more than two months since it was implemented following the bombing of a church in Mindanao.