rural route

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rural route

n. Abbr. RR
A rural mail route.
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The design of these buses and the fact that they do not in law have to have seatbelts makes them unsafe for passengers on rural routes travelling at speeds of up to 60mph.
A Renfrewshire MSP has called on McGill's buses to rethink plans to stop two rural routes.
Rural routes pose further difficulties but Northumberland County Council are braced for the challenges of winter.
Driscoll said, The roads we are paving this summer range from high-volume interstates to rural routes, but all are important connectors between and within communities, linking downtowns to business districts and supporting our agriculture and tourism industries.
These are rural routes in a South Florida territory that comply with and are well positioned for the transition to the ISP model that begins in 2018 through 2020.
Chris Hazzard told MLAs some rural routes had not been resurfaced in more than a decade.
Wrexham council's lead member for environment and transport, Cllr David A Bithell, said: "In the days since GHA Coaches went into administration, we have had a number of calls from members of the public concerned that certain routes were no longer being serviced - particularly rural routes around the south of the county borough.
The public transport will be launched on six rural routes and it will be connected to metro bus stations as well.
Proposition 7 has the potential to deliver wide-ranging benefits across the state, from relieving urban and commuter congestion to upgrading critical rural routes to improving the overall safety and efficiency of our roadways, writes Sen.
Taken together these two commuter and rural routes carried 110 million passengers last year.
First could consider investing some of that extra cash, or using it towards certain rural routes which they continuously review.
Three people die every day on rural routes, with a quarter of drivers reporting a near-miss.

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