commuter train

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Noun1.commuter train - a passenger train that is ridden primarily by passengers who travel regularly from one place to anothercommuter train - a passenger train that is ridden primarily by passengers who travel regularly from one place to another
passenger train - a train that carries passengers
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Karl Milde; THE COMMUTER TRAIN: A HIJACKING FOR JUSTICE; iUniverse (Fiction) $27.95 ISBN: 9781440180149
US transportation officials are investigating reports that the conductor of a train involved in a weekend rail crash that left 25 people dead was sending a text message on his mobile phone at the time of the collision.The crash probe is being conducted by the National Transportation Safety Board in Washington, which said on Monday it was too early to speculate on what caused the California commuter train to run a red light, slamming into a freight train.
AT LEAST 17 people were killed when a busy commuter train smashed into a freight train in Los Angeles.
While most of the illustrations are historical black-and-white photographs, of special note is the Color Photo Gallery wonderfully showcasing individual commuter trains. A welcome and seminal contribution to Railroading reference collections in general, and Midwestern Commuter Train History in particular, "Chicagoland Commuter Railroads" is especially recommended for academic and community reference collections, as well as the private collections of railroading enthusiasts and history buffs.
The company plans to install the device also in train cars other than the E233 commuter train in the future.
soldiers killed in Iraq erected by Jeff Heaton, a Vietnam War conscientious objector, are visible from a local commuter train station and a nearby freeway, eliciting protests from commuters.
Gardai are looking at CCTV footage from the commuter train in the hope of finding out when the man went into the toilet.
My second example (right) was taken on a crowded commuter train connecting the Japanese cities of Kobe, Osaka and Kyoto.
The citizens of Paris may have elected a gay mayor, but that doesn't mean they're ready to see two men or two women kissing, said the city's commuter train and bus transit operator in September.
The National Transportation Safety Board determined that excessive speed was the cause of a commuter train derailment outside of Chicago that killed two and injured more than 80.
When she takes on a case to find a man who disappeared immediately after his lover was killed by an oncoming commuter train and simultaneously follows up on an unrelated incident involving the death of a 12-year-old boy, her thoroughness attracts more attention than she bargains for.
As the morning commute gets underway, three bombs explode on a commuter train at a downtown station, killing and injuring those in the path of the blast wave and shrapnel.