single-decker


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.

single-decker

Brit informal a bus with only one passenger deck
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
References in periodicals archive ?
One single-decker Stagecoach bus with a partially shattered front window could be seen leaving the scene at around 7.15pm.
Traffic came to a standstill on the A814 heading into Glasgow as emergency services attended the incident involving the single-decker First Bus,reports Glasgow Live.
A spokeswoman for Cleveland Police said: "Police attended Stockton High Street at 2.25pm, where a 69-year-old man had been in collision with a single-decker bus.
Single-deckers are tricky, but the Streetlite is light and good with fuel."
A Northumbria Police spokesman said: "At 9.13am on Monday, a single-decker bus, which had no passengers on it, collided with an 81-year-old woman on Split Crow Road, near to the junction with Coldwell Street, Felling Square.
Single-decker trolleybus 243 in 2001, before restoration, passing The Packet, as it would have done during its working life
The front of the single-decker bus was left mangled, with parts scattered halfway across the road.
There will be 29 single-decker buses and 44 double-deckers.
Audrey Williams, 79, had been helping children to cross Hillfoot Road in Ayr when she was hit by the single-decker vehicle at around 8.55am on Thursday.
He also said 100 single-decker buses were bought from China last month and they are now plying the city streets.
Witnesses said the driver may have swerved to avoid a pedestrian, sending his single-decker smashing into the William Hill branch yesterday.
Ellis Smith, 10, was on his bike when he was killed in a crash with a single-decker bus in Church Hill Way, Redditch, Worcestershire, on August 2 And a woman in her 40s was hurt when she was hit by a single-decker bus on Thursday.
Full browser ?