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on-board (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of onboard
    • 1985, Rodger Bradley, Amtrak: The US National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Blandford Press, page 161:
      Travellers were also treated to improvements in on-board catering as menus were expanded, and the emphasis was placed on freshly-prepared meals.
    • 2019 November 6, “Industry Insider: Blame the policymakers”, in Rail, page 76:
      It was decided not to update the Pacer units, although Porterbrook did convert a two-car unit [...] with the necessary improvements such as WiFi, CCTV and new seating. Despite the cost of leasing being one third that of new vehicles, stakeholders could not be persuaded that the on-board experience was good enough.