interurban


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in·ter·ur·ban

 (ĭn′tər-ûr′bən)
adj.
1. Connecting two or more cities: an interurban railroad.
2. Involving relationships between cities: an interurban rivalry.

interurban

(ˌɪntərˈɜːbən)
adj
involving or connecting two or more cities

in•ter•ur•ban

(ˌɪn tərˈɜr bən)

adj.
1. of, located in, or operating between two or more cities.
n.
2. a train, bus, etc., or a transportation system operating between cities.
[1880–85, Amer.]
Translations

interurban

[ˌɪntɜːˈɜːbən] ADJinterurbano

interurban

adj (US) railroadstädteverbindend
References in classic literature ?
In partnership with Daylight, the pair raided the San Jose Interurban. The powerful Lake Power & Electric Lighting corporation came to the rescue, and Klinkner, seeing what he thought was the opportunity, went over to the enemy in the thick of the pitched battle.
Every one has since he commenced consolidating interurban traction companies.
There are ten thousand cities in the United States to-night lighted by the companies owned or controlled by Standard Oil, and in as many cities all the electric transportation,--urban, suburban, and interurban,--is in the hands of Standard Oil.
It is envisaged that part of these buses will serve the interurban routes within the municipality and the oldest ones will be gradually "retired".
(TAP)- The National Interurban Transport Company (SNTRI) will open, late January 2019, a new bus line directly linking the Hazoua delegation in the governorate of Tozeur (Tunisian-Algerian border) to the capital Tunis, said Friday in Tozeur Secretary of State for the Minister of Transport, Adel Jarboui.
Milwaukee was the home to two famous interurban lines, the Milwaukee Electric and North Shore Line, and both will be represented.
Illinois American Water's Interurban District is investing over $5.6M to upgrade its water service distribution system.
It discusses America's railroads during the period; the rise of roadside places like gas stations, motels, and roadside restaurants; other auto-related topics, such as highway improvement, motoring and night lighting, outdoor advertising, the garage as an American institution, and the rise of the parking lot as a new kind of land use; improvements to railroad crossings; the rise of streetcars and interurban railways; rail motor cars; and adaptations related to railroad bus and trucking subsidiaries.
It began in 1911 as an interurban railway providing passenger service between Tulsa and Sand Springs.
The XC90 with standard City Safety technology stood out as the first car from any manufacturer to score full points in Autonomous Emergency Braking Car-to-Car rear-end tests (AEB City & AEB Interurban) and also scored 100 per cent in the Safety Assist category.
The vehicle received one hundred percent in the Safety Assist category and is also the first model to achieve the maximum score in the two Autonomous Emergency Braking tests, AEB City & AEB Interurban. It is also the first model to score full points in Euro NCAP Autonomous Emergency Braking Car to Car rear-end tests (AEB City& AEB Interurban).