shuttle from

shuttle (someone or something) from (some place) to (some place)

To transport someone or something from one location, event, or activity to another by or as by shuttle. The school is asking for volunteers to shuttle students from school to the museum for their field trip. I've been shuttling this artwork from exhibit to exhibit all around the country.
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shuttle someone or something from (person to person)

 and shuttle someone or something from place to place
(Specific persons or places are sometimes expressed.) to move or pass someone or something from person to person; to move or pass someone or something from place to place. My phone call was shuttled from person to person. Mary shuttled her children from home to school to practice.
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India, May 22 -- ISRO is planning to launch an indigenously developed space shuttle from Sriharikota as early as the next two to three months.
However, even though ISRO expects the shuttle to survive the 900 second mission, it doesn't plan on recovering the shuttle from the bottom of the Bay of Bengal anytime soon.
The Space Shuttle <em>Endeavour</em> prepares for its final mission today, with the rollout-moving the space shuttle from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the launch pad -- scheduled for 8 p.m.
A complimentary shuttle from the airport is available.
A crawler transporter does exactly what its name implies; it transports a space shuttle from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the launch pad at a crawling pace (1 mph).
Rate includes complimentary airport shuttle from Long Beach Airport and shuttle to the campus.
Super Shuttle from Orange County Airport is approximately $68 roundtrip for the first person; each additional person is $18.
The hotel is newly remodeled and features a complimentary shuttle from airport, and restaurant and is within walking distance of university campus.
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