Ropeways Transport and the Lagos State Government will launch a $5oom cable car mass urban transit system, partly financed by the African Development Bank.
What does UTS stand for?
UTS stands for Urban Transit System (various locations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 118 other meanings of UTS in our Acronym Attic
- Universal Training Scheme (Australian military)
- Universal Treatment Standards (US EPA)
- University of Technology, Sydney (Australia)
- University of Toronto Schools
- University Technology Services (various schools)
- University Testing Services (Pennsylvania State University testing, assessment, & evaluation)
- University Transit Service (University of Virginia)
- Unix Time Stamp
- Unix Timesharing System
- Up The Swanee (i.e. in trouble)
- Urban Transportation Showcase (Vancouver, Canada)
- Urine Toxicology Screen (medical test)
- Urine Transfer System (US NASA)
- User Too Stupid
- User Training and Support
- Universal Timesharing System for Mainframes
- Universal Timesharing System for Superminis
- Uniform and Textile Services Association
- Uniform Trade Secrets Act of 1985
- Unite Theatre for Social Action (Bangladesh)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The award, presented annually at the association's national expo, recognizes excellence by urban transit systems in serving the needs of people in their communities.
The successes of the continent's ad hoc urban transit systems are partly due to government neglect.
Scomi Group, a leading provider of urban transit systems in Malaysia, delivered the first monorail car a fortnight back.
Monorail, which is a single rail serving as the track for a wheeled or (magnetically) levitating vehicle, has been rapidly paving its way as a modern urban transit system, providing the most-sought-after transportation solutions for a built-up congested city.
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Countries that have well-developed urban transit systems and a mature bicycle infrastructure are much better positioned to withstand the stresses of a downturn in world oil production than are countries whose only transport option is the car.
Countries that have well-developed urban transit systems and a mature bicycle infrastructure are much better positioned to withstand the stresses of a downturn in world oil production than are nations whose only transport option is the automobile.