Transit vehicle definition

Transit vehicle means a bus, rapid transit vehicle, railroad car, street railway car, water vehicle, taxicab, or other type of public transportation vehicle or individual unit, whether operated singly or in a group that provides public transportation.
Transit vehicle means a passenger bus, coach, railcar, van, or other
Transit vehicle means a passenger bus, coach, railcar, van, or other vehicle operated as public transportation by a public transit district.

Examples of Transit vehicle in a sentence

  • Alcohol not by carried in any Community Transit vehicle at any time.

More Definitions of Transit vehicle

Transit vehicle means any motor vehicle, street car, train, trolley vehicle, ferry boat, or any other device, vessel, or vehicle that is owned or operated by a transit authority or an entity providing service on behalf of a transit authority that is used for the purpose of carrying passengers on a regular schedule.
Transit vehicle means a vehicle, including, but not limited to, one operated on rails or tracks, which is used for public transportation services funded, in whole or in part, under this chapter.
Transit vehicle means a vehicle owned, leased or operated by or on behalf of the City to transport passengers in exchange for compensation, but does not include vehicles leased or operated by or on behalf of DARTS.
Transit vehicle means a municipal Transit Vehicle defined in RCW 46.04.355.
Transit vehicle means any Vehicle used to deliver public transit services, including transit support Vehicles.
Transit vehicle means public transit vehicles, tour buses, and motor coaches;
Transit vehicle means a bus that is not a school bus as defined in section 169.01, subdivision 6, with a gross vehicle weight rating greater than 15,000 pounds.