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Definitions for mass transit
mass tran·sit

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  1. mass transitnoun

    A large-scale transportation system in which the passengers do not travel in their own vehicles.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of mass transit in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of mass transit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of mass transit in a Sentence

  1. Kevin Kelly:

    The biggest bottleneck is mass transit because there's simply no good way to get people into an office in Manhattan avoiding public transit.

  2. James Ritman:

    All this demand, all this activity that is coming out of New York, is 100% based on the virus, the fact that there is an uncertainty surrounding New York City with mass transit, with buildings and spaces that are typically pretty dense.

  3. New Jersey:

    Anyone who works in the city understands the gridlock that characterizes downtown and midtown Manhattan during business hours. It's why they chose mass transit to begin with.

  4. Eddie Bautista:

    People keep forgetting that climate change has a body count, especially for people of color, when the rubber hits the road, we're talking about a subway system that's unusable, a car ownership rate that's nowhere near what White, higher-income folks have in New York. So how are we suppose to evacuate in a city that's a mass transit city with the subway shut down, if people don't have cars ?

  5. Bill DeBlasio:

    This is a wakeup call, this is a reminder how much we rely on mass transit. Why excessive speed was used, I don’t know. But I what I do know is that infrastructure is vital.

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