Monthly Archives: June 2004

Australia’s first combo articulated bus

The Office of Public Transport, realising the need to maximise seating capacity per vehicle, have ordered 41 CB60 Artic Combos for their Adelaide public transport system.

The “Combo” is a combination of the CB60 low floor DDA compliant front end with a high seating capacity, standard height rear section. This gives the “Combo” vehicle an extra 15% additional passenger seating compared to a standard low-floor bus.

Articulated buses, by definition, are high capacity people movers and it makes good sense to provide the best seating capacity available. Most articulated vehicles are used on longer type routes where passengers prefer to sit. Read more »