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Revision as of 00:56, 8 March 2012

Introduction

Low-floor buses have proliferated over the last several decades do the benefits they confer to the transit operator and customer.

Reduces time required to board, especially for those with limited mobility (the elderly, the disabled, and those in wheelchairs.

A North County (San Diego) Transit District bus pulls up to a curb, demonstrating the ease of boarding a low floor bus. Photo by Flickr user LA Wad.

Benefits

Further Reading

"MTA New York City Transit Research Shows What Customers Want in Low Floor Buses." 1998. Wikipedia page "Low-floor bus"