Rural Route

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Rural Route

In the United States, a mail route outside the city or township limits in a rural area. The U.S. Postal Service must deliver mail regardless of where one lives.
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Those running more rural routes have proved more difficult to wean away from oil.
In the past, some rural routes were perhaps run too frequently to be sustainable, but the total loss of any service has hit residents very hard indeed.
We are not against free bus passes for the elderly and disabled, and we realise the importance of propping up lesser-used rural routes.
Of the 36 ATRs, MAS said its wholly owned carrier Firefly will take 20, while MASwings, a MAS unit that flies rural routes in Sabah and Sarawak states, will take the rest.
Rural routes such as this dominate the list of the 10 deadliest drives, according to stats from the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
AS more of us hit the country roads this summer, advice has been given on how to safely navigate rural routes.
Speaking about the challenge, the charity's third in China, she said: "If you have been there as a tourist you would not have seen what the challengers will get to see as they trek through remote rural routes of China.
The Welsh Government announced previously it will continue the concessionary rail fares scheme on four rural routes for two years.
The technique has been accepted on rural routes and government mailings for years, but the new initiative will expand the practice to city routes for businesses catering to urban and suburban markets.
Another 44 are expected to arrive by mid-December, which will cover the remaining rural routes.
The movement from here to Ramallah is via rural routes," he said.
Moody has been in the position since January, managing three rural routes, consisting of eight employees who make more than 1,600 deliveries and service 300 post office boxes each day.

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