Two men, apparently not on drugs, stole a school bus early Wednesday in Trotwood, Ohio, eventually leading cops on a pursuit that got to 54 mph, according to police. It all started as a trip to Walmart.
The Weather Channel—that predictable background noise for annoying places like the airport—keeps trying to branch out into new, exciting, clickable territory. This morning, it would have been live streaming the highly clickable demolition of the Georgia Dome if a pesky MARTA city bus didn’t get in the way.
Incredibly, only two people suffered minor injuries as these two stories of red iconic London bus plowed into cars, all while passengers inside the bus were yelling for the driver to stop. The number 254 bus was on Lower Clapton Road in London when it drove into the back of a small SUV, which it proceeded to push into…
A fatal bus crash occurred early yesterday morning in Flushing, Queens, which killed three and injured 16. A deeper investigation into the bus line involved, Dahlia Travel and Tours, reveals a troubling history of fatal accidents and questionable practices.
For years China’s been toying with the idea of building a massive bus that straddles multiple lanes of cars to move commuters without creating a traffic mess. To date, it’s only existed as fancy computer renders and animations. But starting today a real-life version starts testing in Qinhuangdao, China.
The iconic buses in London are red, big-ass double-deckers that use roller blinds to show the destination stop rather than the typical LED display. I think the blinds look a lot better than the digital displays. Here’s how McKenna Brothers makes them, from the cutting of the letters, to the making of the negative, to…
This London bus looks a lot like every other London bus. But beneath its bright red exterior lurks an all-electric powertrain that makes it the first ever double-deck bus to be powered by electrons alone.
The Blue Bird Micro Bird T-Series is the first Ford Transit to be officially turned into a school bus. Maybe riding the short bus won’t be so embarrassing when it comes with 3.5 liters of two-turbo fury!
A Bolt Bus caught fire on the Mass Pike this afternoon and exploded while commuters sped past in adjacent lanes in an incident that, TV reports say, resulted in no injuries but some pretty amazing television. New England Cable News caught the whole thing live:
Maybe an RV has ruined a few backroads for you as a pain-in-the-ass pace car. But surely you've pondered the prospect of living and driving within the same four walls at least once. Well we tried it; the mobile couch and kitchen is pretty kickass. But a Class A RV drives the way it looks; slow and unsteady.
The thousands of graphics-covered minibuses called matatus that zip through Nairobi make up one of the largest (and liveliest) informal transportation systems in the world. This unregulated—some might say renegade—transit keeps the city moving rather efficiently, and, until recently, was an all-cash business. Until…
An entire Lego bus stop built to Transport for London specifications has been constructed in London's Regent Street—right in front of a toy store, of course. The route signs, the windows, even the seats are made of Lego bricks!
Because battery technology still relatively sucks, electric vehicles like buses that have to run all day long usually stay tethered to a spiderweb of overhead cables. But as an alternative to that costly infrastructure, researchers at the EPFL have developed an electric bus that can recharge itself at every stop in as…
My friend Alexandra is a photographer in the UK, and recently she, quite by chance, found the West of England Transport Collection, an amazing cache of over 200 old buses, fire engines, and other commercial vehicles. Being a good photographer, she decided to get some pretty girls on these buses and take photos.
Some dude in Tyler, Texas is getting inundated with calls and emails about a 1983 Eagle Bus he claims did tour duty for musician, poet, and living legend Willie Nelson. With air-brushed eagles and a chapel interior it certainly looks the part. Think it's the genuine article?
Would you get paid to act as a third passenger in a vehicle so the car could drive into a congestion-restricted area? How about signing up to pack people into crowded subway cars? Dress up as a zebra and walk the streets, preventing cars from running red lights?
A report sponsored by the US Department of Transportation says semi-truck and busesshould get a lot sleeker and shift their primary propulsion fuel to natural gas by 2018.
A "Princess Tours" coach bus wiped out and flipped over in the slushy shitstorm that is the Virginia highway system this morning. Authorities have confirmed there were no life-threatening injuries to any of the 53 passengers, but the driver has been arrested for reckless driving.
The Kings Canyon Unified School District of San Joaquin Valley, California made a splash last week when it put the first electric school bus into service. Those green bumpers sure look snazzy and "85% emissions reduction" sounds great. But nobody seems interested in publishing how much the buses actually cost.
When a big yellow Thomas FS-65 rumbled up with a Generac 8000E strapped to the back and "Cool Bus" written in place of a destination, I assumed it was a family band or just a bunch of hippies. But when I noticed the "cafe" text and menu I realized I was looking at some kind of food truck.