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September 20, 2012

City Sightseeing launched New Orleans tour bus

Double-deck tour bus service offers a way to experience the city with a hop-on and hop-off model, letting visitors tour sites at their own pace.


January 30, 2012

UC Davis returning double-deck bus to UK

One of the university fleet’s original buses, the RTL 1014 has been with the school since 1968. The bus is bound for London's Ensignbus Transport Museum.


May 19, 2011

L.A. double-decker tour bus launches app

The worldwide app, for iPhone or Android phones, allows users to buy tickets, get info on tours and stops, as well as email photos taken during the tour.


April 7, 2011

Wash. transit unveils new double-decker buses

The 23 buses, dubbed the “Double Talls,” are replacing 60-foot articulated buses that were manufactured in 1998 and are beyond their federal replacement schedule. The vehicles will seat more passengers than the buses they are replacing, require less maintenance and less fuel than the buses they are replacing.


April 20, 2010

MegaBus debuts 100th Van Hool double-deck

The carrier’s Van Hools feature Cummins ISM engines and ZF 12 speed Astronic transmissions. Safety equipment includes passenger seat belts, SmarTire monitoring, Kidde fire suppression systems, an upper deck monitoring camera and a Saucon GPS system.


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