Interstate definition

Interstate means a telecommunications service that originates in one United States state, or a United States territory or possession, and terminates in a different United States state or a United States territory or possession.
Interstate means transportation of passengers between states.
Interstate means from any state into or through any other state.

Examples of Interstate in a sentence

  • New Mexico Office of the State Engineer & Interstate Stream Commission.

  • An Administrative Service Fee of up to 18% (or for future increases with prior notice, the then- current tariff rate) applies to Interstate, Intrastate and Internet services monthly charges in all states except MN, NY and PA.

  • New Mexico Office of the State Engineer Interstate Stream Commission.

  • Regulatory Assessment Surcharge of up to 8% (or for future increases with prior notice, the then-current tariff rate) applies to Interstate and International charges in the following states MN, NY and PA.


More Definitions of Interstate

Interstate means a telecommunications service that originates in 1 United States state, territory, or possession and terminates in a different United States state, territory, or possession.
Interstate means a telecommunications
Interstate means the transportation of property between states.
Interstate means transportation of passengers between states. "Intrastate" means transportation of passengers solely within a state. "License" means a license issued by the Department to a broker.
Interstate means transit between the State of Oregon and:
Interstate means Interstate Fire & Casualty Company.
Interstate means Interstate Properties, a New Jersey general partnership.