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[Olympic Buses]

[NSW - Private Buses]

[NSW - State Transit]

 

Adelaide, South Australia

[Articulated]

[Free City Buses]

[Standard]

 

Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane City Council

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[Brisbane Bus Lines]

[Hornibrook Bus Lines]

[Surfside]

[Sunbus - Nambour]

[Long Distance]

 

Launceston, Tasmania

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[Page 2]

 

Perth, Western Australia

CAT Services

[Blue - Perth]

[Orange - Fremantle]

[Red - Perth]

[Replacement - Perth]

 

Transperth

[Mercedes]

[Non Mercedes]

 

Preserved Buses

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Adelaide (SA) Regular 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 articulated buses and buses that run free around the CBD. Adelaide has many non-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.

 

Destination indicator on a Clipsal 500 Shuttle service, pictured at Adelaide station, 8 April 2001.
A Clipsal 500 Shuttle service runs down the main straight of the racetrack prior to the running of the Clipsal 500, April 8 2001. This was most unexpected.
A MAN bus in TransAdelaide colours enters Victoria Square, 9 April 2001.
Most buses in Adelaide feature some advertising and many are all white except for the advertising during the transition to full private ownership. Victoria Square, 9 April 2001.
A all white MAN bus sits out of service on North Terrace, 5 April 2001.
A Torrens Transit bus in TransAdelaide colours near Adelaide station on North Terrace, 5 April 2001.
Serco bus at Victoria Square, 9 April 2001.
Happy Easter! An unusual indicator on a bright red bus - hello! Currie Street, 9 April 2001.
Happy Easter! An unusual indicator on a bright red bus - hello! Currie Street, 9 April 2001.
A Torrens Transit bus crosses the Mile End bridge ending towards the city, 9 April 2001.
A Serco bus waits for the traffic lights to change at King William Street, 9 April 2001.
A Serco bus at Victoria Square, 9 April 2001.
"So where does this bus go?" The standard of passenger information (or lack of it, as shown in this photo) varies. King William Street, 9 April 2001.
The easiest way to pick an O-bahn bus is by the orange light on the rear - or so I thought! Currie Street, 9 April 2001.
A few photos previously, I was saying that the passenger information on buses can vary and is bad in some cases. These two photos are good examples of good passenger information. Paradise Interchange, 9 April 2001.

Now this is the easiest way of spotting an o-bahn bus! This shot of a northbound bus was taken between Paradise Interchange and the southern end of the busway - from the front seat (behind the driver) of an Adelaide (southbound) bus. 9 April 2001.

Last Updated 08 December 2001

 

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