Estimated Time of Arrival, also known as Expected Time of Arrival, is the time that is expected of a transport system to arrive at its destination. This term can be used at various scenarios.
During a trip/journey, it is used to convey to the passengers how much time is left before the transport gets to a certain point. In the case of goods delivery, it is used to inform the receiver about the time their good is expected to arrive at their named destination.
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