City | Transit Buses

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. 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.


*Under Development*

9’10” | 2.99 m
8’4” | 2.55 m
39’2” | 11.95 m

Capacity: 29 + 1 seats, 76 standing

Citaro O530


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


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Buses are road vehicles designed specifically for the function of carrying many passengers simultaneously. Bus designs have a broad range of capacities and purposes from standard single-deck city or transit buses, to minibuses, midibuses, double-decker, articulated, school, and coach buses.