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double-decker

Chiefly Brit a bus with two passenger decks
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The Setra double-decker is the biggest and most comfortable touring coach from Daimler Buses and the clear market leader in its segment.
Aside from the VIP units, the DOTr also launched seven semi-VIP and five persons with disabilities (PWD) double-decker buses.
The 4-DDs therefore bore virtually no resemblance to any future double-decker trains that we may or may not see on HS2, but they did share a common disadvantage with a higher number of passenger spaces per door than equivalent single-decker stock, plus the effects of internal stairs on passengers' rate of movement, leading to significantly slower boarding and alighting.
Alstom UK m K anager Henrik Anderberg said: "The design means double-decker trains are no higher than a standard single-deck one.
DOUBLE-DECKER trains could be running on the Birmingham to London HS2 line under plans being put forward by French train maker Alstom.
Citizens Protection Committee Convenor Gauhar Naseer said the double-decker bus service would promote tourism as foreign tourists will come to visit historic places of the city.
It is also the first international aircraft to have been given permission by the Indian aviation authorities to fly a double-decker flight into the country.
Gist Limited has added another 20 lifting floor, double-decker, 44-pallet trailers to their temperature-controlled fleet.
Baghdad's old double-deckers, were either stolen, or gradually fell into disrepair, as Iraq struggled with the violence that erupted after the invasion.
Polynesian Adventure Tours, a US-based tour and transportation company in Hawaii, has introduced seven open-top, double-decker sightseeing buses.
The Rail Coach Factory manufactured 30 non-air-conditioned double-decker coaches in 2001 that are presently being run between Pune and Mumbai.
Summary: A life-size mock-up of the new hop-on, hop-off double-decker bus for London has been unveiled by the capital's Mayor Boris Johnson.