group bus

group bus

[′grüp ¦bəs]
(electricity)
A scheme of electrical connections for a generating station in which more than two feeder lines are supplied by two bus-selector circuit breakers which lead to a main bus and an auxiliary bus.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Who could forget that the wheels literally fell off a First Group bus? The sooner Andy Burnham gets on with reregulating the buses, the better.
Last month, trade union Unite said around 3,500 Yorkshire-based First Group bus workers would be balloted for industrial action unless their employer made 'a dramatic U-turn' on its 'anti-trade union' stance.
"We have also promoted discounts - and introduced mTicketing and contactless card payments - on First Group bus services.
FIRST GROUP BUS DRIVER The bus company are looking for drivers in Aberdeen to drive their modern buses and earn PS391 a week, including optional overtime.
Witnesses claimed the First Group bus went through a give-way sign in Bath on Thursday, bringing the vehicles to a halt.
Iranian officials have already held meetings with a string of international companies to outline their plans, and even organised group bus tours for service companies to visit refineries, according to industry sources.
It's a tiring 13-hour round trip drive to spectacular Milford Sound, so we broke our journey with a lakeside stay at Te Anau and the following morning booked on to a local small group bus tour, including a cruise on the Sounds.
Because of LTD's group bus pass rate - $5.63 per student per month - it's more cost-effective for the district to purchase passes for the entire school, rather than just give passes to students who live in the walk zone.
Group bus tour from China to Italy completed after 2 months
Yesterday the independent group Bus Users UK urged the council to think carefully.
Kitted out with some of the latest learning equipment, the Pertemps People Development Group bus will be in Coventry city centre to promote the full range of support that is available for people that want to get into work.
Coun Bowen said great care had been taken to ensure the new colour-coded system met the needs of all public transport users, and passenger groups, including independent lobby group Bus Users UK Cymru and the Cardiff and Vale Coalition for Disabled People, had been consulted.