a small bus or similar vehicle carrying passengers on a fixed route, used for public transport.
A five-cent piece; a nickel.
Car, van or small bus to carry a small number of passengers.
a vehicle carrying many passengers; used for public transport; "he always rode the bus to work"
a cross between a taxi and a bus -- basically an oversized taxi running along a set route
a livery vehicle intermediate between a taxi and a bus
a privately owned minibus that carries passengers from point to point on a flexible schedule
A transit mode comprised of passenger cars or vans operating on fixed routes (sometimes with minor deviations) as demand warrants without fixed schedules or fixed stops.
Privately-owned, small or medium-sized vehicle usually operated on a fixed route but not on a fixed schedule.
A privately-owned small vehicle that is operated on a fixed route but not on a fixed schedule.
Vehicles that move along a fixed route with no time schedule, picking up riders wherever they are waiting. Headways between vehicles must be very short.
An American term for a small bus or station wagon that carries passengers over a regular route on a flexible schedule. Usually with two facing seats along the sides behind a transverse front seat.
This is commonly referred to as $5 or a chip valued at $5. This derives from the jitney bus which had a 5 cent fare at one time.