MAN Newsroom 06.11.2019 BusPublic Travel
In Korea, there are now over 100 double-decker buses based on an MAN chassis in operation – to widespread acclaim from passengers who are appreciative of the city buses’ spacious design and comfortable interior fittings.
- Double-deckers are used in particular by commuters
- Kyung Nam Bus now operates a total of 37 MAN buses, travelling between the city of Seoul and its outskirts
- Vehicles based on the MAN RR4 3-axle chassis; body originates from UNVI
MAN Truck & Bus Korea delivered four buses to the Korean transport company Kyung Nam Bus at…Read more
Visitors to Paris can now enjoy a trip through the City of Light in the world’s first gas-powered open top sightseeing bus. With Paris’ aim to be in the forefront of climate efforts, the Scania bus offers a cleaner alternative.
Open Tour, a subsidiary of the publicly-owned RATP Group, operates 36 hop-on, hop off buses along three lines in the French capital, annually attracting some 700,000 passengers. Having already taken six battery electric buses into operation, Open Tour now complement its fleet with six gas buses.
“We wish to test several green technologies since we don’t know what the future regulations will be,” says Fabrice Bayon, Managing Director of Open Tour…Read more
UNVI has delivered six new units of its model URBIS DD on Volvo B8RLE chassis to South Korea. This model has already a strong presence in the main European capitals, the Middle East & the United States.
The delivered units (Open Top version for tourist services) have been specifically designed for the Korean market considering the ground conditions and the South Korean regulation. These vehicles will be circulating in Busan and Jinhae.
The URBIS DD is available in tourist Open Top, urban and intercity version and on MAN, Mercedes Benz, Dennis and Freightliner mechanicsRead more