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Adelaide, South Australia

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Brisbane, Queensland

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Perth, Western Australia

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Adelaide (SA) Articulated Buses 

 

Adelaide's buses have been privatised and are running to a varying range of colour schemes. These buses are regular sized buses. Adelaide also has regular sized buses and buses that run free around the CBD. Adelaide has many articulated buses - some can run on the O-bahn. The easiest way to pick an O-bahn bus is the yellow flashing light on the rear as well as several guidearms.

 

Adelaide seems to have more articulated buses than any other Australian capital city. 2 Volvo articulated buses are southbound on King William Street in the centre of town. 5 April 2001.
Serco articulated bus in new colours at the Clipsal 500 temporary stop on Rundle Road bound for Modbury via the O-bahn. 8 April 2001.
Serco articulated bus at the Clarendon Street bus terminal, 9 April 2001.
Articulated bus on Currie Street, 9 April 2001.
Articulated bus at Victoria Square, 9 April 2001.
Articulated bus on Currie Street, 9 April 2001.
A northbound articulated bus at Paradise Interchange on the O-bahn. 9 April 2001.

Last Updated 08 December 2001

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