- Running Number
A number used to identify the specific duty any one bus is following for a day, with variations across the country. Other names are sometimes applied, such as car number, carriage number, car run, diagram or duty. Running cards are allocated to vehicles to identify its service for the day and may or may not …
- RAM (Random access memory)
RAM is a type of computer memory that can be accessed randomly – any byte of memory can be accessed without touching the preceding bytes.
- Responsive design
The practice of designing websites so that they adapt easily to different-sized devices like phones, tablets, wearables etc. If you’re able to visit a website on your phone and it looks just as proportional and pretty as it does on your computer, it’s an example of responsive web design.
- RTPI (Real Time Passenger Information)
Provides you with information about public transport services in ‘real time’. This allows you to see which services are due to arrive at stops and what time they are expected.