regular service in a sentence
1. Only one saw regular service.
2. A regular service began in 1911;
3. Regular service began on April 1, 1994.
4. There is a regular service on this line.
5. Regular service resumed on April 30, 2018.
6. Regular service opened on 9 September.
7. It has regular service to Kerzers and Lyss.
8. It has regular service to Geneva.
9. Regular service resumed at 12:16 pm.
10. It is not a regular service;
11. regular service began the next day.
12. Regular service began the following day.
13. It has regular service to Kerzers and Lyss.
14. It has regular service to Bern and Olten.
15. It remains in regular service today.
16. It has regular service to Kerzers and Lyss.
17. At the time, regular service interrupted.
18. Seven locomotives saw regular service.
19. It is not a stop for regular service;
20. It remains in regular service today.
21. The regular service fare is $0.75 per ride.
22. Regular service began in July or August.
23. Inchiquin left regular service in 1921.
24. It soon became a regular service.
25. It has regular service by DTC buses.
26. Regular service began in January 1908.
27. It remains in regular service in 2017.
28. They were in regular service until 1991.
29. Regular service began in summer 2014.
30. They entered regular service in 1962.
- some gravel trains
- the last flag
- A stretch
- the only transportation
- rural homes
- the only land access
- its entire route
- northern Southeast Alaska
- the White Pass and Yukon Route
- Skagway northwards
- cruise liner
- the 1983 BBC television series
- The Alaska Rail network
- The nearest link
- the North American railway network
- the northwest terminus
- the feasibility
- a rail link
- Alaska Rail Marine
- car float service
- road or highway access
- the only modes
- Alaska's well-developed state-owned ferry system
- The ferries transport vehicles
- a ferry service
- the Inside Passage
- The Inter-Island Ferry Authority
- an important marine link
- many communities
- Wales Island region
- cruise lines
- a summertime tourism market
- a lesser degree
- Alaska's gulf coast
- up to four large cruise ships
- Alaska's extremely well developed bush air services
- an Alaskan novelty
- a lesser extent Fairbanks
- many major airlines
- limited highway access