single bus

single bus

[′siŋ·gəl ′bəs]
(electricity)
A substation switching arrangement that involves one common bus for all connections and one breaker per connection.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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When the private sector bus operators are making profit with a single bus, why is Shajha Yatayat facing losses, this is an issue for investigation for the investigation agencies under the Prime Minister's office.
David Brown, of bus operator Go-Ahead which was behind the survey, said: "A single bus can take as many as 75 cars off the road, with obvious benefits in terms of relieving congestion and pollution.
In a strongly-worded statement, the firm, the city's biggest single bus company, claimed the plan would leave taxpayers with a 'massive bill', arguing 'no evidence' had been provided to prove it would be better than working in a looser partnership with operators.
Pakistani media reported earlier that the militants had kidnapped the passengers from a single bus, although Langove said it was from six or seven different vehicles.
Besides, a single bus carries at least three times more passengers than a jeepney, saving both space and fuel on the streets.
The Mayor said that Karachi is also facing transport problems as not a single bus was added to the
He said the city also facing transport problems as not a single bus was added to the existing fleet of buses plying in the in last few decades.
| London: A single bus fare in London costs PS1.50.
An official of education development office told reporter that in the whole Punjab not a single bus is provided for pick and drop service to the schools except a few colleges.
A spokesman for First Bus said: "We are immensely proud to offer our customers the option to pay by contactless on every single bus that we operate across the UK.
APC in Enugu does not own a single bus. You have to buy ballot papers and you train the people who will conduct the primaries.