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City | Transit Buses
Elevation illustration of a standard City | Transit Bus

City buses, or transit buses, are types of buses used for servicing short to medium distance trips. Typically a part of a publicly scheduled bus service network, city buses are designed to maximize capacity for rush-hour demands and are therefore equipped with simple benches or bucket seats without additional luggage spaces. With built-in features that usually include multiple doors, pull cords or stop request buttons, passenger information systems, and low-floor technology for greater accessibility, city buses are designed for safe, efficient, and equal public access.

City | Transit Buses have average lengths of 39’2” (11.95 m), widths of 8’4” (2.55 m), heights of 9’10” (2.99 m), and have a capacity of 29 (+1) seats with standing room for 76.

Collection of drawings with dimensions for height, width, and length of a standard City | Transit Bus
City buses, or transit buses, are types of buses used for servicing short to medium distance trips. City | Transit Buses have average lengths of 39’2” | 11.95 m, widths of 8’4” | 2.55 m, heights of 9’10” | 2.99 m, and have a capacity of 29 (+1) seats with standing room for 76.

City | Transit Buses have average lengths of 39’2” (11.95 m), widths of 8’4” (2.55 m), heights of 9’10” (2.99 m), and have a capacity of 29 (+1) seats with standing room for 76.

Collection of drawings with dimensions for height, width, and length of a standard City | Transit Bus
City | Transit Buses
Height:
9’10” | 2.99 m
Width:
8’4” | 2.55 m
Length:
39’2” | 11.95 m
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Capacity: 29 + 1 seats, 76 standing

Model
Citaro O530
Make
Mercedes-Benz
Year

Drawings include:
City | Transit Buses side elevation (driver), side (passenger), front, back, plan

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Mercedes-Benz GLE

The Mercedes-Benz GLE is a premium mid-size luxury SUV designed and manufactured by Mercedes-Benz since 1997. Available also in a coupé body style, the GLE is the latest evolution of the original well-rounded M-Class that balances passenger experience, comfort, and high-powered performance.

The Mercedes-Benz GLE has an overall length of 15’10” (4.82 m), width of 7’ (2.14 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Side, front, back, and plan drawings of the Mercedes-Benz GLE with dimensions illustrated

The Mercedes-Benz GLE is a premium mid-size luxury SUV that is the latest evolution of the well-rounded M-Class that balances passenger experience, comfort, and performance.

The Mercedes-Benz GLE has an overall length of 15’10” (4.82 m), width of 7’ (2.14 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Side, front, back, and plan drawings of the Mercedes-Benz GLE with dimensions illustrated
Mercedes-Benz GLE
Height:
5’11” | 1.8 m
Width:
7’ | 2.14 m
Length:
15’10” | 4.82 m
Depth:
Weight:
4,652 lb | 2,110 kg
Area:

‍Wheelbase: 9’7” | 2.92 m
Fuel Economy (Combined): 22 (City) / 29 (Highway) mpg

Model
GLE
Automaker
Mercedes-Benz
Year
2016

Drawings include:
Mercedes-Benz GLE (2016) side elevation, front, back, plan

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Articulated Buses
Side elevation drawing of an Articulated Bus

Articulated buses are extended buses linking together two or more sections with pivoting joints to meet higher passenger capacities while still allowing the bus to maneuver appropriately. Designed for maximum efficiency and typically incorporated into mass rapid bus transit systems, articulated buses are designed with single-deck or double-decker bodies for even higher capacity needs.

Articulated Buses have average lengths of 59’ (18 m), widths of 8’4” (2.55 m), heights of 10’4” (3.13 m), and have a capacity of 48 (+1) seats with standing room for 98.

Collection of illustrations of a standard Articulated Bus with dimensions for length, height, and width.
Articulated buses are extended buses linking together two or more sections with pivoting joints to for higher passenger capacities.

Articulated Buses have average lengths of 59’ (18 m), widths of 8’4” (2.55 m), heights of 10’4” (3.13 m), and have a capacity of 48 (+1) seats with standing room for 98.

Collection of illustrations of a standard Articulated Bus with dimensions for length, height, and width.
Articulated Buses
Height:
10’4” | 3.13 m
Width:
8’4” | 2.55 m
Length:
59’ | 18 m
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Capacity: 48 + 1 seats, 98 standing

Model
Citaro O530 GÜ
Make
Mercedes-Benz
Year
1997

Drawings include:
Articulated Bus side elevation (driver), side (passenger), front, back, plan

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