Bused [verb]

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A county spokesperson in Texas said that only 15 to 20 people were being placed on buses rather than the usual 50, and there were concerns about having large numbers of people sheltering in one place.

A school bus driver, Gladden was out of work for the summer.

Officers employed by the Metropolitan Transit System, which runs many of the region’s buses and trolleys, cited a man last year for failing to comply with their orders.

Last week, the agency responsible in San Diego for the buses and trolleys decided to pull back on a program to catch more people who ride without paying.

Together they form teams that patrol stations, buses and trolleys.

Culatta reports that some schools “have actually gone and parked their buses around different parts of the community.”

Passengers are requested not to stand on top of the Bus back seats for smoking.

And the same goes for any other common carrier—the railroads, bus service, and airlines.

Buying an evening paper—wearing a waistcoat again—running after a bus—anything—it's all holiday.

Henri crawled under the bus, though the policeman was extremely anxious to keep him out.