Fixed route definition

Fixed route means the specific highway or highways over which a bus company is authorized to operate between fixed termini.
Fixed route means the established routes to be traveled on a regular basis by vehicles that transport children to and from Head Start or Early Head Start program activities, and which include specifically designated stops where children board or exit the vehicle.‌

Examples of Fixed route in a sentence

Fixed route bus service operates from 4:00 AM to 3:00 AM each weekday and provides more than 25 million unlinked passenger trips each year.

Fixed route transit providers must set a policy to ensure equitable distribution of transit amenities across the system.

Resorts will be given prior written notice of the date on which Marina will conduct the metering equipment accuracy testing.

Fixed route transit providers with Title VI Programs due between October 1, 2012 and March 31, 2013 must submit a Title VI Program that is compliant with this Circular by March 31, 2013.

Fixed route modes of service include but are not limited to, local bus, express bus, commuter bus, bus rapid transit, light rail, subway, commuter rail, passenger ferry, etc.

Fixed route providers of public transportation that meet the threshold in the Introduction section of this chapter shall collect information on the race, color, national origin, English proficiency, language spoken at home, household income and travel patterns of their riders using customer surveys.

This section applies to all acquisitions of new vehicles by private entities which are primarily engaged in the business of transporting people and whose operations affect commerce, in which a solicitation for the vehicle is made (except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section) after August 25, 1990.(b) Fixed route systems.

Fixed route and demand responsive services may be portrayed separately or in a single budget; however, the expenses and revenue for each must be separately identifiable if portrayed in a single budget.

Fixed route system The term "fixed route system" means a system of providing transportation of individuals (other than by aircraft) on which a vehicle is operated along a prescribed route according to a fixed schedule.

Fixed route public transportation is only available in Cambria and Blair Counties, with the cities of Johnstown and Altoona as the respective hubs; 89% of the region’s jobs are also found in these two counties.


More Definitions of Fixed route

Fixed route means authorized trips on designated city streets from predetermined passenger pick-up points to predetermined destinations.
Fixed route means transit service using buses to provide service at designated bus stops along specific routes on set schedules.
Fixed route means transportation service operated over a set route or network of routes generally on a regular time schedule.
Fixed route means service provided on a repetitive, fixed-schedule basis along a specific route with vehicles stopping to pick up and deliver passengers to specific locations; each fixed-route trip services the same origins and destinations, unlike demand response. Include route deviation service, where revenue vehicles deviate from fixed route on a discretionary basis.

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