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Share taxi: Quiz


Question 1: Modern ________ services, also known as demand responsive transport systems in the UK, can provide shared transport services in situations where scheduled services are not viable.

Question 2: In some towns in Northern Ireland, notably certain districts in ________, Belfast, Derry and Newry, share taxi services operate using Hackney carriages.
Bangor, County DownBallymenaLarneCarrickfergus

Question 3: Since the ________, jitneys have reappeared in some areas of the United States, particularly inner city areas once served by streetcars and private buses.
IranIsrael1973 oil crisisPetroleum

Question 4: Today, however, other models, such as the ________ or the Toyota Corolla have supplanted the 504 in some countries and are gaining ground in others.
Peugeot 604Peugeot 305Peugeot 206Peugeot 505

Question 5: Shuttles operate from most ________ airports, and fares are usually on a per person basis with a minimum charge when there is a small number of passengers.
AustraliaUnited KingdomNew ZealandNauru

Question 6: Black taxi operators were declined permits in the ________ era and all minibus taxi operations were, by their very nature, illegal.
RacismSouth Africa under apartheidRacial segregationJim Crow laws

Question 7: xTransit - new role for taxi share in the Information Age ________
Transportation demand managementTraffic congestionSustainable transportNew Mobility Agenda

Question 8: Due to the problems posed by taxis collectifs, the Canadian Foreign Affairs Ministry[15] and ________[16] recommend against using them.
Bureau of Diplomatic SecurityUnder Secretary of State for ManagementUnited States Secretary of StateUnited States Department of State

Question 9: These are generally sedans, ________, or sometimes compacts with a capacity of four to nine passengers.
Ford Motor CompanyOpel CorsaMinivanCompact car

Question 10: Minibuses are ________-like vehicles that may seat between 12 and 20 passengers.
MinivanPickup truckVauxhall MotorsVan


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