Bijou post-ette #1 – More uses for a retired bus

Remember the entry in which I talked about some unconventional uses for retired public transport? If not, it’s at the following address:

Read it and then nod sagely when I talk about it, that’s the ticket. Anyway, I’ve just found another use for retired buses. It turns out that in Davis, California, they’ve provided a regular service to the university since 1967. See


The small fleet mostly consists of RTs, which should not be confused with the Routemaster. The RT has a sloping front and a radiator which is tall rather than wide. There are other differences, but this was supposed to be a quick entry dashed off in a couple of minutes. Plus I think I’ve already written most of this.


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