Cargo that can be driven or towed on to the vessel such as cars, trucks, buses, trailers, and agricultural machines.
The revenue vehicles used in providing transit service for passengers.
Railway vehicles which are not self-propelled.
collection of wheeled vehicles owned by a railroad or motor carrier
A general term for cars, trucks, etc. Could also include school buses, fire trucks and ambulances.
The locomotives, cars, etc. of a railroad.
The total amount of locomotives, passenger and freight vehicles owned or operated by a company
Freight and passenger cars.
Rail vehicles for carrying freight
(Commercial equipment based): Railroad engines and cars.
Anything with wheels on it which can run on the track including locomotives, carriages, goods wagons, and maintenance vehicles.
The equipment used in a transit system, including buses and rail cars. (APTA) Also see "fleet."
Rolling stock is the collective term that describes all the vehicles which move on a railway. It usually includes both powered and unpowered vehicles, for example locomotives, railroad cars, coaches and wagons. The term is sometimes used to refer only to non-powered vehicles, specifically excluding locomotives.
No railway would be complete without coaches and trucks, and those appearing in the children's television series Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends are no exception. Coaches are used to carry passengers, and trucks are used to carry freight. In many episodes, coaches and/or trucks are key to the episode's plot line.