Definitions for "Transportation"
Keywords:  buses, ramps, airport, airlines, bus
includes transportation to and from school, in and around school buildings, between schools, or any equipment needed to provide this transportation.
the work or business of moving passengers or goods
A critical infrastructure characterized by the physical distribution system critical to supporting the national security and economic well-being of this nation, including the national airspace system, airlines and aircraft, and airports; roads and highways, trucking and personal vehicles; ports and waterways and the vessels operating thereon; mass transit, both rail and bus; pipelines, including natural gas, petroleum, and other hazardous materials; freight and long haul passenger rail; and delivery services.
punishment for certain crimes by being sent away from one country to another country and held there for a period of time
once a person had been sentenced to transportation, s/he was never allowed to return to Britain even at the end of the sentence. The sentence given (7, 14 years or life) was for that number of years "hard labour". Once the sentence had been served, the convict would be given a plot of land and enough supplies on which to survive until the farm was productive. Effectively, transportation was for the rest of the convict's life. If a convict did return to Britain and was caught, the penalty was death.
A punishment used in England during the Eighteenth century whereby convicts were shipped to America or other colonies.
The movement of goods from one place to another.
The act of moving gas from a designated receipt point to a designated delivery point pursuant to the terms of a contract between the transporter and the shipper. Generally it is the shipper's own gas which is being moved.
The movement of sediment and rocks from one location to another by water, ice, wind or gravity.
Keywords:  barges, dams, truck, migrating, smolt
Collecting migrating juvenile fish and transporting them around the dams using barges or trucks.
a third party intermediary truck brokerage company specializing in truckload freight movement and delivery
Collecting migrating smolt at collection facilities and transporting them in trucks or barges around dams.
The act of transporting, or the state of being transported; carriage from one place to another; removal; conveyance.
the sum charged for riding in a public conveyance
The act of shipping, conveying, carrying, or transporting by any means whatsoever and delivering or receiving for such shipment, conveyance, carriage, or transportation.
Transshipment, Traveling salesman
Is a related service that refers to the means by which a student travels to and from school.
the type of vehicular transportation necessary to implement each service written in the IEP of an exceptional student so that the student can access the services delineated on the IEP.
of humanbodies through closed doors and over a distance is a comparativelyrare but fairly well authenticated occurrence. It is a compositephenomenon between levitation and apports, and according to thetestimony of the Bible by no means new in human experience. See TRANSPORTATION.
Keywords:  ecstasy
Transport; ecstasy.
Keywords:  transmodel, rderung, bef, deutsch, fran
Français : Transport des passagers Deutsch : Beförderung Activity-based Transmodel Company area, defined as all activities related to the transportation process.
The mode or means of shipping the goods.
any means of conveying goods and people.
the commercial enterprise of transporting goods and materials
a leader in the transport of food and consumer products throughout the Northeastern United States
A marketing function that adds time and place utility to the product by moving it from where it is made to where it is purchased and used. In includes all intermediate steps in the process.
The process of moving copied or transformed data from a source to a data warehouse. See Also: transformation
One of a number of potential applications for fuel cells. The largest of the segments of this market is expected to be light duty automobiles.
a highly experienced third-party logistics provider
Keywords:  pointers, flying, mount, details, well
details each type of flying mount as well as many more pointers
Transport service either to or from a victim service agency.
Services addressing transportation needs, typically associated with accessing medical care or obtaining employment.
Keywords:  recyclables, waste, solid, removal, off
The off-site removal of any solid waste or recyclables at any time after generation.
the United States federal department that institutes and coordinates national transportation programs; created in 1966
Department of Transportation
Keywords:  something, act, location, another, one
the act of transporting something from one location to another
Same as transport.