For the second part* of his look at trends in bus interiors, ANDY RIGBY considers how the industry has upped its game on premium interurban routes and sees that these ideas are filtering down to some of the next tier of services

* Part One last month

Upper deck of a Wright Gemini 3-bodied Volvo B5TL on The Harrogate Bus Company’s 36 route, with USB charging, glazed roof, wood-effect floor and 2+1 aircraft-style leather seating.

The focus on bus interiors has seen a return — particularly for longer interurban routes — of something closer to the dual purpose singledeckers of past decades, but often with double-deckers today.

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