Civil transport is a form of public transportation between cities, dominated by airlines, coaches, and intercity rails. These modes of transportation carry passengers over significant distances, and unlike transit buses and subways, there is only a single stop at one location. More comfortable carriages with restrooms are provided to accommodate long-distance travel. Some inter-city rails provide international services; Eurostar and EuroCity in Europe are the most prevalent examples. Similarly, airlines vary from small domestic flights, to those that provide full-service international services. They can be characterized as intercontinental, domestic, regional, or international.