Vehicles in lines at airports

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Possible Answers: CABS.

Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – May 30 2021

Random information on the term “CABS”:

Campus Area Bus Service (CABS) is a free public transportation system at the Ohio State University’s Columbus campus. The system consists of five bus routes that connect various points of Ohio State’s campus, and the immediate off-campus area. The system connects with the Central Ohio Transit Authority’s bus routes at several points.

The system is one of the largest campus transit systems in the United States. Ridership has grown from 4 million passengers in 2003 to an estimated 5 million passengers in 2015.

Bussing has been available at Ohio State since at least 1923. At the time, there was a single 1921 Reo bus that was made out of plywood and had solid rubber tires. When it was first offered, it was primarily used to transport students between the main campus, and the agricultural campus across the Olentangy River.

By the 1960s, there were 19 buses in the fleet, and buses ran as far north as Ohio State University Airport, and as far south as the Children’s Hospital. There was both regularly scheduled service, and on-demand service available by calling the bus operator.

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