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Passengers carried by buses

Bus - passenger road motor vehicle designed to carry more than 24 persons (including the driver), and with provision to carry seated as well as standing passengers.

Motor-coach, mini-coach or mini-bus - passenger road motor vehicle designed to seat more than nine persons (incl. the driver).

Passenger - any person who purchases a ticket and enters a bus for the purpose of being transported to a destination.

Passenger-kilometre - unit of measurement representing the transport of one passenger over a distance of one kilometre.

Urban transport - the transport of passengers within the city area.

Suburban transport - the transport of passengers to the inhabited areas which are in immediate proximity of the main cities.

National transport - transport within the boundaries of the country.

International transport - transport of passengers with place of embarkation in the country and place of disembarkation abroad and vice versa; transport of passengers between two other countries and transit transport.

Last updated: 19.06.2015


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