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  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
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    886 posts since Mar '10
  • Bus and Train LoVuR's Avatar
    4,413 posts since May '09
  • sbst275's Avatar
    113,434 posts since Jun '04
    • Originally posted by Bus and Train LoVuR:

      SBS Transit buying this bus?


      It's a project to look into alternative energy source to power buses.

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  • Scania's Avatar
    3,753 posts since Jan '04
    • Originally posted by Superbus:

      The bus is not brand-new. "Recycled" unit from the Beijing Olympic Games.

      Posted today on Chinabuses.com.. Beijing Made Cell Bus Runs to Singapore.

      I'm very interested in where they got this:

      "“There is even no noise!” said passengers from Singapore. Since the bus is zero emission and environmentally friendly, local government even plan to cultivate goldfishes with the water extracted to show the green effects of the fuel cell bus."

      The bus isn't on service and they managed to get passengers to comment. The power of Chinese journalism.

  • SBS7382C's Avatar
    1,290 posts since Oct '08
    • Originally posted by Scania:

      I'm very interested in where they got this:

      "“There is even no noise!” said passengers from Singapore. Since the bus is zero emission and environmentally friendly, local government even plan to cultivate goldfishes with the water extracted to show the green effects of the fuel cell bus."

      The bus isn't on service and they managed to get passengers to comment. The power of Chinese journalism.

      they travelled into the future to take a look lol

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    2,353 posts since Nov '08
  • SBS Transit and SMRT's Avatar
    841 posts since May '10
    • Another new bus. icon_lol.gif The Volvo B9TL (Wright Eclipse Gemini 2) still like to come out last. icon_lol.gif

  • SBS9231S's Avatar
    1,187 posts since May '10
    • Originally posted by Scania:

      I'm very interested in where they got this:

      "“There is even no noise!” said passengers from Singapore. Since the bus is zero emission and environmentally friendly, local government even plan to cultivate goldfishes with the water extracted to show the green effects of the fuel cell bus."

      The bus isn't on service and they managed to get passengers to comment. The power of Chinese journalism.

      maybe its the staff. and looking at the english of the article its crap!

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    8,039 posts since Feb '08
    • Originally posted by Scania:

      I'm very interested in where they got this:

      "“There is even no noise!” said passengers from Singapore. Since the bus is zero emission and environmentally friendly, local government even plan to cultivate goldfishes with the water extracted to show the green effects of the fuel cell bus."

      The bus isn't on service and they managed to get passengers to comment. The power of Chinese journalism.

      The Singaporean who said "There is even no noise" should be shot. LOL...
      What does it mean?

  • SBS9231S's Avatar
    1,187 posts since May '10
  • Stage's Avatar
    6,228 posts since Aug '08
    • Originally posted by Scania:

      I'm very interested in where they got this:

      "“There is even no noise!” said passengers from Singapore. Since the bus is zero emission and environmentally friendly, local government even plan to cultivate goldfishes with the water extracted to show the green effects of the fuel cell bus."

      The bus isn't on service and they managed to get passengers to comment. The power of Chinese journalism.


      more like CHINA chinese. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. i dun mind if this bus go to slbp

  • chickenlittle2's Avatar
    6,525 posts since Apr '06
    • Originally posted by Stage:


      more like CHINA chinese. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. i dun mind if this bus go to slbp

      mostly likely but maintenance wise should be other place.

      so hows the yutong under SMRT? still going well?

  • service_238's Avatar
    9,139 posts since Nov '03
    • Originally posted by Stage:


      more like CHINA chinese. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. i dun mind if this bus go to slbp


      YOG <-> YOV @ NTU <-> slbp.

      What are the chances man? haha

  • chickenlittle2's Avatar
    6,525 posts since Apr '06
    • Originally posted by Acx1688:

      Higer is the bus...
      Pls see 3.06.2010 lianhe zaobao


      one of the cover at the top like protruding outwards.

  • SBS9231S's Avatar
    1,187 posts since May '10
    • Originally posted by service_238:


      YOG <-> YOV @ NTU <-> slbp.

      What are the chances man? haha


      Quite High Chance LOL, Maybe a small Percent Chance of Going Bukit Batok. But Soon Lee More Chance

  • The Kiwi Bus Fan's Avatar
    451 posts since Apr '10
    • A King Long hybrid was featured in ST Home last year. It was to be bought by SMRT (SMB137A). Now SBS Transit is buying from King Long?!

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