Pertaining to a railroad terminal; connected with the receipt or delivery of freight; as, terminal charges.
Any station for the delivery or receipt of freight lying too far from the main line to be served by mere sidings.
The station at either end of a bus line line which transports freight or passengers.
A station where passenger buses start or end a trip; -- also called bus terminal.
The structure at an airport where passengers board or debark, and where ticket purchases and baggage pickup is performed; -- also called airline terminal.
A location or facility for the handling and/or temporary storage of cargo as it is loaded/unloaded or transferred between enterprises.
A building or buildings designed to accommodate the enplaning and deplaning activities of air carrier passengers.
A location on either end of a transportation line including servicing and handling facilities.
Establishments primarily engaged in the operation of motor vehicle passenger terminals and of maintenance facilities, not operated by companies that also furnish the passenger transportation.
any facility, regardless of size or complexity, where cargo and personnel are loaded, unloaded, and handled in-transit between various transportation modes. Terminals are established at beginning and destination points for cargo being carried and at in-transit points
Either end of a carrier line which has the facilities required for the handling of freight and passengers.
A physical storage facility for petroleum products, typically supplied through a pipeline from a refinery, where jobbers/wholesalers purchase and obtain gasoline at the rack price.
station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods
of or relating to or situated at the ends of a delivery route; "freight pickup is a terminal service"; "terminal charges"
a diesel storage and distribution facility that is supplied by a pipe- line or vessel, and from which diesel fuel may be removed at a rack
a hub where cars are loaded, unloaded, and transferred
an assigned area with facilities for loading and unloading the cargo or passengers (for cruise lines) of various types of vessels
a station or facility to load and unload passenger or goods for transportation, air or sea transportation
a storage and distribution facility for taxable fuel that is supplied by pipeline or vessel
A structure, or a group of structures operated as a single unit, located at the point of interchange between land and water carriers. Used for handling freight and/or passengers.
The place where cargo is handled is called a terminal (or a wharf).
a railroad facility used for handling freight and the receiving, classifying, assembling, and dispatching of trains.
Freight handling or dock area.
An onshore transit facility that receives and stores crude oil and products from offshore production facilities via pipeline and/or tankers.
(a) A terminal is any device into which an operator enters or receives information from a computer . Commonly, a television screen equipped with a keyboard. (b) A terminal can also be the Distribution Center itself. In the freight or trucking industry, for instance, shipments are brought into a Terminal to be consolidated for onward shipment or broken down into local delivery consignments.
An area where a ship''s cargo is loaded or unloaded.
A bulk facility for receipt storage, transportation and issue of petroleum products; the facility may be a base terminal for receipt and shipment of product b y tanker, a pipe-head terminal (head terminal) at the downstream end of the pipeline, or an intermediate terminal on the pipeline. The terminal consists of a tank farm or tank-farm complex, tank-farm manifold, and central pumping-station area.
The carrier's facility for transferring freight
The area at the end of a rail, ship, air, or truck line which serves as a loading, unloading, transfer point, and storage/repair facillity.
a terminal consists of a number of distinct, although correlated, areas, such as storage areas (covered and open), piers (land and water sides), beach or shore areas, entrances and exits, anchorage areas, and ships tied up at piers. It may also include POL discharge points, pipelines, and POL storage areas.
adj. (1) The prognosis for the business models of many of today's airlines. (2) The treatment given many passengers when they arrive at (coincidentally) a building with the same name [i.e., terminal ()].
A carrier or public facility where freight (or passengers) is shifted between vehicles, or modes.
A building or assigned area for the handling and temporary storage of freight pending transfer between locations.
Facilities provided by a railroad at a terminus or at any intermediate point on its line for the handling of passengers or freight, and for the breaking up, making up, forwarding and servicing trains, and interchanging with other carriers.
A facility owned by a railroad on its line for the handling of freight and for the breaking up, making up, forwarding, and servicing of trains. OR An input/output (I/O) device connected to a computer. OR Point where train and engine employees originate and/or terminate their tour of duty. OR A designated area within a metropolitan area where one or more rail yards exist.
A carrier or public facility where freight or passengers are transferred between carriers or modes.
A building for the handling and temporary storage of freight pending transfer between locations. Also, the area where containers are prepared for loading into a vessel, train, truck or airplane or are stacked immediately after unloading from the vessel, train, truck or airplane.
An facility which is used by a rail, ship, air, or truck line as a place for receiving and delivering cargo; loading; unloading; transferring; temporarily storing; recoopering; and similarly handling freight; and repairing and servicing equipment..