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Synonyms for bus

the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar

a car that is old and unreliable

send or move around by bus

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ride in a bus

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remove used dishes from the table in restaurants

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Cambridgeshire Guided Busway Infrastructure Monitoring Project.
In Karachi, the first ever maintenance free Busway Lighting Trunking System in textile industry has been planned and implemented by MG Engineering Associates in Soorty Spinning Mills.
The type of Busway System as provided by M G Engineering has a compact arrangement, making it ideal to assimilate into building structures, while making it aesthetically pleasing in working areas of an installation.
Graham Hughes, the county council's director of infrastructure, said: "We want to get the busway open as soon as possible and these pledges mean we are closer to that long-awaited date.
So it's heartening to see that after all the talk, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is taking actual steps toward making the busway extension a reality within our lifetime.
The rethinking process eventually centered on altering the power infrastructure for the job--removing the floor-based raceway in the affected work cells and replacing it with busway running along the ceiling of the facility.
More recently, local user groups have been consulted extensively on individual segments of the busway system that emerged as the peoples' favorite.
The busway is equipped with special sub-pavement sensors that trigger the state-of-the art computer software to extend the green light for buses approaching intersections on the busway.
Not only does this demonstrate the increased collaboration between central and local government that is necessary to drive significant change, coordinating the busway station project with the wider NCI project will allow us to work more efficiently and with less disruption to the local community, says Mr Twyford.
Since 1985 Nantes has built three tram lines, totalling 42km, and (since 2006) one 7km busway.
The 25km concrete busway, the longest in the world, links Cambridge to St Ives north of the city and was due to open in February 2009.
Now that the busway has proven itself over and over again in its first 18 months, it's up to MTA and city leaders to keep the momentum rolling.
Cubic will deliver the additional ticket vending machines and smart card validators for 13 stations that will be built for the new San Fernando Valley Metro Rapidway Project, the first BRT system in Southern California, which will operate on an exclusive busway when it opens in 2005.
Transport Minister Dean Nalder today said construction would begin soon on the dedicated Charles Street bus bridge and busway, delivering significant travel time savings to thousands of Perth commuters.
The world's longest busway opened in 2011 in Cambridgeshire.