A powerful system for searching large amounts of information very quickly over the Internet.
The time spent waiting for a transit vehicle. (TRB)
The time an operator is required to remain on duty, until assigned to work or released and is considered work time.
Lights indicating mechanical problems in one or more of four areas: 1) Hot engine. 2) Emergency door. 3) Low Air. 4) Low oil.
A type of performance specifications that guarantees the integrity of a product and assigns responsibility for the repair or replacement of defects to the contractor.
The Wash/Couple Mode shall be used to wash cars during car wash operations. Maximum operating speed is 2 mph.
1) Planning – The erosion of an embankment supporting a road or a railroad. 2) Operations – A violent stop signal given by hand (or lantern at night).
Wav (pronounced “wave”) is the file extension used on some types of audio files.
The orderly presentation needed to let people comfortably and succesfully navigate in an environment. Signage is just one tool used to communicate that information.
A command and control system in which transit units (cars or trains) are controlled by electronic or mechanical devices along the track or other guideway. (TRB)