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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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Let me put the photo of the "luxury" interior.
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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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It was the Yutong Australia distributor who buggered the internal design of the local E12, but no doubt most local operators don't see anything wrong with it. I suspect most Australian bus operators have never used a bus as a passenger.
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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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This strikes me, there are no handrails around the back and are those ARMRESTS on the isles of the bench setas?

I'm quite disappointed but hopefully they get better stuff when the actual tender comes for the future
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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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BT Enthusiast wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:21 pm
I'm quite disappointed but hopefully they get better stuff when the actual tender comes for the future
To achieve that, the agency needs to set minimum design standards that must be complied with in a tender, but no Australian transport agency seems to do that very effectively other than WA. For electric buses, a minimum standard should be a stepless gangway.
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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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tonyp wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 10:19 pm
BT Enthusiast wrote: Thu Jun 10, 2021 9:21 pm
I'm quite disappointed but hopefully they get better stuff when the actual tender comes for the future
To achieve that, the agency needs to set minimum design standards that must be complied with in a tender, but no Australian transport agency seems to do that very effectively other than WA. For electric buses, a minimum standard should be a stepless gangway.
Transport agencies in Australia should have a standardised interior layout so then the agency will be setting the floor layout and capacity numbers per bus
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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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That should extend to addressing the issue of why an identical 12 metre bus can have a capacity of 80 in WA and 60 something on the east coast. I thought we had national standards for heavy vehicles loads? Since the Custom Denning Element can clearly hold the claimed 80 passengers thanks to its well-designed saloon, having state authorities downrating it to 60 something is a serious issue.
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Re: QLD Electric Buses Listing

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Nudgee College is using a white Yutong for its school runs around Redcliffe, seen yesterday.
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