Canberra used to have these weird buses that had a half-bus on the back with a canvas concertina to keep them visually together. Not sure why they didnt just buy British double deckers, being RHD and plentiful in London you would assume they would be fairly cheap.
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London transport has zero concern with tradition: any old stuff around is there purely because they don't want to pay for new stuff. You can obviously get more people in a double decker than a rigid single-decker, which means you only have to pay one driver's salary. Not sure if there's an advantage over bendy buses though: they might be able to get around tighter corners or do better in traffic.--It is unlikely that the good of a snail should reside in its shell: so is it likely that the good of a man should?
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You're better off walking than getting the bus on a normal day, they take ages.
Cold Skin sounds interesting: wishlisted.
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You could actually manage a complete electrical system if you could find a practical way to recharge at each stop.
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