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kiss and ride

kiss and ride n. a passenger drop-off area near a rapid transit station; the act of using such an area as intended. Also as verb phrase. Editorial Note: Often attributive. Etymological Note: From the 1950s-era urban planning vision of wives dropping off their husbands at train or bus stations each workday morning. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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