October 4, 2013

Time-lapse: SEPTA's 2013 'Philabundance' bus gets new look

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Ever wonder how long it would take to wrap a 40-foot bus in a full advertisement? The answer would be five to six hours, but only if you had a team of three workers to assist you.  Southeastern Pennsylania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) time-lapse video shows the entire process in fewer than 3.5 minutes.

Hybrid Bus #8427 is wrapped in a full-sized ad announcing the agency's fifth annual "Stop Hunger at Your Station" food drive.

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