Separate names with a comma.
Though for the sake of this thread, I feel it should be pointed out that the ruling of that particular case only applies to England and Wales.
I'm assuming that's the Levante that's been sat at the back of Central for the last few days?
The bright red/orange hubs look a bit odd, imo.
As well as the above mentioned Euro 5 Streetlites, it isn't uncommon to see some of the older B7s and B9s in Edinburgh, in my experience.
The trackers are pretty old now, I don't think there's been any new installations since around 2010.
I believe the council's reasoning is that...
With the routes the XLBs are currently on, it's literally just the two stops at Morningside primary that the centre doors can't be used at, it's...
There's quite a few of them around Edinburgh.
Wrightbus build quality fell off a cliff in 2017.
The 18 plate Gemini 3s are awful, they felt like they were falling to bits as soon as they were...
I know what the numbers are, but the letters I have no idea.
Ones that are X94XX are the older 4 series Scanias with a 9 litre engine.
Wishaw in Lanarkshire is known in some circles as Pishy Wishy.
Glasgow is Glas Vegas.
288 now in all over Standard Life vinyl for the 61.
Yes he was, they're not lift axles.
Any spares after the 11 and 16 are allocated in the mornings are going out on the 7 now.
203, 206 and 215 are the remaining hybrids, so it could be that they're getting converted to diesel only.
The build quality fell off a cliff at some point during 2017.
The 17 plate Geminis are pretty decent, but the 18 plate ones are awful. When...
Now confirmed to be entering service on Monday 11th.
It should be next Sunday.
New depot should be operational by March 31st, but the new buses aren't expected in service until May.
I drive lots of buses at work, with ages varying from 15 years to less than a year old.
The total number which have seatbelts for the driver is 0.
Usually downstairs, at the front on the right hand side.
On the other hand, in 7 years of driving for them, I've only encountered that twice.