Workfare is a program in which participants perform work in exchange for their welfare benefits. Sometimes the term is used more broadly to refer to any program in which a recipient is required to participate in employment-related activities. (APTA)
Internet system for world-side hypertext linking of multimedia documents, making the relationship of information that is common between documents easily accessible and completely independent of physical location.
An arrangement of tracks splayed like the letter “Y” but with a connection across the top, used to connect a track to both directions of another line or to turn rolling stock around.
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The location from which yard operations are authorized and directed.
The designated rail employee on duty in Yard Control, or other location, having absolute authority over train movements and other activities within yard limits.
Specific location designating limits between yard, shop and mainline tracks. Unless governed by signal indications, trains must run at restricted speed in yard limit.
A sign placed at a specific location between the tracks to denote the separation between the yard and the mainline tracks.
Tracks within the Yard Limit signs used for storage of trains, repairs or other operations.
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Refers to a type of engine or energy source that emits no waste products that pollute the environment and does not contribute to climate change.
A program that encompasses keeping buses free of painted graffiti and enhance cleaning of the interior of the buses.
When one “compresses” (i.e., makes a smaller but equal copy) a file using “pkzip”, the resulting file is called a “zip”. It usually ends with the file extension “zip”.
Tickets issued by an operator as proof of extra fare paid. Zone checks are issued only when one line provides both local and express service.
It is well settled that a municipality may divide land into districts and prescribe regulations governing the uses permitted therein, and that zoning ordinances when reasonable in object and not arbitrary in operation constitute a justifiable exercise of police power,…