Ply between - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
To traverse or sail between (two places) frequently and regularly. There's a ferry that plies between the island and the mainland twice a week. We have a line of cargo ships that ply between America and Japan several times a month.
ply between (something and something else)
to travel between things or places regularly or constantly. There are a number of small craft that ply between Santerem and Manaus on a regular basis. Our little ship was unable to ply the entire distance between the two islands.
References in periodicals archive
Gujrat Deputy Commissioner Dr Khurram Shahzad on Tuesday formally launched the `Zone One' where at least 100 motorcycle rickshaws have been issued route permits to ply between
Ramtalai Chowk to Kathala Chenab and Hariyewala Chowk bypass as no other such vehicles could ply the route without having the permit of zone one.
Sources said that Railway administration has changed the routes of 5 Up and 6 Down Taz row ply between
Karachi and Margalla Section.