1. A notice that a transit unit or locomotive needs repair. 2. A defect in a device or a transit unit or locomotive needing repair. (TRB)
An old-fashioned term for a large storage building for locomotives, (also known as a roundhouse), rail transit cars (also known as a carhouse), or buses (also known as a garage). (TRB)
Driving a bus or operating a train that is not in passenger service.
Operating behind schedule deliberately.
A fare collection system that has no paid areas or fare-registering turnstiles. This system requires that a passenger be able to display proof of payment (e.g., validated ticket, prepaid pass, valid transfer) while on board the transit vehicle. Compliance is…