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transport noun

ADJ. cheap, efficient | mass, public to travel by/on public transport | private | local | city, urban | rural | horse-drawn, motor | air, canal, ground, land, marine, rail, railway, river, road, sea, water | passenger | freight

VERB + TRANSPORT use | arrange | provide | have access to people who have no access to private transport

TRANSPORT + NOUN facilities, provision, services | infrastructure, network, system | business, company, group, industry, operator, organization | chairman, chief, executive, manager, officer, official | consultant, planner | project, scheme, strategy | legislation, policy | budget | minister, spokesman | authority/authorities, committee, department, ministry | needs, requirements | market, sector | costs, fares | allowance Staff who transfer to a different office will receive a transport allowance. | user | worker | links, routes | congestion | police | safety | strike | union

PREP. without ~ The car broke down, leaving us without transport.

PHRASES a form/means/method/mode of transport, your own transport Applicants for the job must have their own telephone and transport.