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English definition of “park-and-ride”

park-and-ride

noun uk   us  
[C] a place in or near a town where you can park your car cheaply and take a bus or other form of public transport into the town centre: It's easiest to leave your car in the park-and-ride. [U] the system of leaving your car in a park and ride area and taking public transport to the city centre: Use park-and-ride wherever possible. the park-and-ride system
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