From Portland Afoot
Seven-day service is a standard for transit service (rail or bus) described by blogger Scott Johnson in a 2011 post on PortlandTransport.com. As Johnson defined it, any fixed-route line that operates all seven days of the week qualifies.
"Just as frequent service ... enables riders to throw away the timetable," Johnson wrote, "seven-day service is important because they can throw away the calendar.
"When an area is well-served by seven-day service, this makes car-free living practical, as residents will always have some access to transit, at least during daylight hours."
 See also
- large map of TriMet's and C-Tran's seven-day service network, by Portland Transport.
- blog post describing the concept, by Scott Johnson
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