News Tagged With: double-decker-bus
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November 25, 2014

Alexander Dennis to build facility in Ontario, Canada

The move follows a deal with Metrolinx to supply over 250 new, low-height double-deck buses over the next five years. The agreement also includes an option for an additional 150 vehicles should they be required.


August 29, 2013

N.Y. double-decker tour buses cause frustration

The growth of this bus sector has rankled community groups, elected officials, and residents in tourist-rich neighborhoods, who have been critical of their size, intrusiveness, as well as sidewalk solicitations for bus tours.


March 26, 2013

Savannah, Ga. bans double-decker coaches downtown

Many Savannah residents argued the one-square-mile historic district is becoming too congested with tour vehicles.


December 20, 2012

Coach Canada adds double-deckers

The 81-passenger double-deckers will continue to feature free WI-FI, as well as power outlets and DVD video capabilities, panoramic views, two tables, reclining seats, a restroom, safety belts and mobility impaired accessibility.


May 18, 2010

London double-decker hybrid bus design unveiled

The open platform feature, shared with the old Routemaster design, allows the reinstatement of a hop-on, hop-off service. Three doors and two staircases will aid speedier and smoother boarding.


July 15, 2009

Veolia to continue operating Las Vegas bus system

Will operate RTC of Southern Nevada's “MAX” bus rapid transit service and “Deuce,” double-decker buses that run along the Las Vegas Strip through September 2011.


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