1978) Per Vehicle Hour Revenue Per Vehicle Miller (1980) Hour Total Annual Passen- Anderson (1980) gers / Autoless Pop of Service Area Total Annual Passen- Anderson (1981) gers / Elderly Pop of Service Area Total Annual Passen- Anderson (1980) gers / Service Area Population Total Passengers Per Fielding, Babitsky, & Brenner Revenue Vehicle Hour (1983) Total Passengers Per Fielding, Babitsky, & Brenner Revenue Vehicle Mile (1983) (1983) Total Passengers Per Anderson (1980) Service Area Popula- tion Served Total Passengers Per Fielding, Glauthier, & Lave Vehicle (1978), Fielding, et.
What does RVH stand for?
RVH stands for Revenue Vehicle Hour
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 18 other meanings of RVH in our Acronym Attic
- Range Version Grade Rules
- Reduced Vibration Gel System (motorcycle grip)
- Roanoke Valley Governor's School
- Rogue Valley Genealogical Society (Oregon)
- Root Variable Geometry Truss
- Rainier Valley Harmonizers (now Puyallup Valley Harmonizers; Washington)
- Reactor Vessel Head (nuclear plant)
- Renal Vascular Hypertension
- Renfrew Victoria Hospital (Renfrew, Ontario, Canada)
- Réseau Ville Hopital (French: City Hospital Network)
- Right Ventricular Hypertrophy (heart)
- Royal Victoria Hospital (Montreal, Quebec; Belfast, Northern Ireland)
- Rajasthan Voluntary Health Association (Jaipur, India)
- River Valley Health Authority (hospital network; New Brunswick, Canada)
- River Valley Hockey Association (Wisconsin)
- Regionalverbände Hochrhein-Bodensee (German)
- Ram Venture Holdings Corp.
- River Valley Healthy Communities Coalition (Rumford, ME)
- Rabbit Viral Hemorrhagic Disease
- Rheumatic Valvular Heart Disease
Samples in periodicals archive:
At this investment level, transit services will increase over a 20-year period to about 283 million revenue vehicle hours per year, thereby providing capacity to accommodate about 64 billion passenger miles per year, compared with 38 billion passenger miles today.