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kiss and ride

kiss and ride
 n.— «Since the village area has precious few parking resources, the idea was floated for the MBTA to build a station in the downtown area without parking, or a what is sometimes called a “kiss and ride” station.» —“Downtown station not likely” by Tom Gruber Cohasset Mariner (Massachusetts) May 31, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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