They are a transport initiative which allows people to ride a bike and combine their bike trip with bus travel, promoting transport alternatives to cars. As for the location, the front of the bus is the easiest place to house the bike rack, there would be no other sensible location on a bus to place a bike rack.3575 wrote:Great shots!But I'm wondering why the Buses carry the bikes at the front.
Every numberplate matches the fleet number, i.e. if it is fleet number 975, the number plate will be BUS-975. Also, buses with a bike rack fitted have an exemption which does not require them to have a number plate.3575 wrote:And yes, I noticed you also can see the number of that vehicle at the side. But not always the number from the number plate is the same like the number, the Bus has got.
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