Commutation ticket

Definition of Commutation ticket

Com`mu`ta´tion tick´et
1.A ticket for transportation at a reduced rate in consideration of some special circumstance, as increase of travel; specif., a ticket for a certain number of, or for daily, trips between neighboring places at a reduced rate, such as are commonly used by those doing business in a city and living in a suburb. Commutation tickets are excepted from the prohibition against special rates contained in the Interstate Commerce Act of Feb. 4, 1887 (24 Stat. 379), and in 145 U. S. 263 it was held that party tickets were also excepted as being "obviously within the commuting principle."

Related Words

season ticket, ticket
Word:

Browse

communicational
Communicative
Communicativeness
Communicator
Communicatory
Communion
Communion elements
Communion in both kinds
Communion in one kind
Communion service
Communion table
Communism
Communist
Communistic
Community
Commutability
Commutable
Commutableness
Commutation
Commutation of tithes
-Commutation ticket-
Commutative
commutativity
Commutator
Commute
Commuter
commuting
Commutual
Comose
Compact
compact disc
compact disk player
Compacted
Compactedly
Compactedness
Compacter
Compactible
Compaction
Compactly
Compactness
Compacture
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

© 2014 Delaflex, Inc.Dictionary Home | Privacy Policy