- n. Plural form of rider.
“The riders [Footnote: _The riders_ -- A circus.] be comin 'likewise, though maybe that's tu wild an' savage amoosment for quiet folks. ”
“The lesson for train riders is to avoid being the last one on the train.”
“We're fighting a huge battle that Senator Bumpers has really helped us on, on the environment, where every year now -- every single year -- we have to look at 10 or 15 bills having nothing to do, very often, with the environment, being littered with what they call riders in Washington, designed to undermine America's commitment to environmental protection at the very time when we know more than we ever have before about how to grow the economy and improve the environment.”
“International cycling federation (UCI) president Pat McQuaid denied allegations from France's anti-doping chief that certain riders at the Tour de France have been treated with more leniency than others.”
“Of course the availability of a faster than driving transportation option converts car-dependent commuters to train riders, right?”
“I'm all for public transit, but building the nations most expensive system, with the least number of riders is not the path to success.”
“By the way, that ridership figure of 41 million averages to over 112,000 train riders every single day of the year.”
“Things like reducing congestion and air pollution. in that you are using it to exclude benefits to riders from the cost-benefit calculation.”
“Over the past two weeks, Democratic and transportation supporters floated a last-ditch effort to make train riders aware of the tunnel issue, handing out leaflets and taking out advertisements.”
“However, a trend among some U.S. riders is that they often come to the sport a little later in life — perhaps as a second sport in high school or discovering it in college.”
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