In Fleet News this month

East Yorkshire concentrates its two main single-deck types Hulleys withdraws its last full-length Optare single-deckers Two Kinchbus Optare Tempos sold to Safeguard Coaches National Express orders 130 Enviro400EVs for Coventry Seaford & District acquires its first single-decker Scania

BODY TYPE

AB Articulated single-deck bus

AC Articulated coach

B Rigid single-deck bus

C Coach

DP Dual purpose, usually coach seats in a bus shell

H Double-decker

L Lowbridge double-decker with side sunken gangway upstairs. All other double-deckers are H (highbridge) regardless of overall height.

M Minibus

O Permanent open-top

CO Convertible open-top

PO Partial open-top

SEATING CAPACITY

For double-deckers, this is shown with the upper deck capacity first (e.g. 43/30, indicating 43 ‘over’ 30. Where the split is not known, a total figure (e.g. 73) is shown in the same style as for single-deckers. The total seating capacity shown includes all fixed and tip-up seats. The vehicles themselves may show other permutations of seats, standing spaces and wheelchair capacity.

DOOR POSITION

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