Who does not like looking out of the window while being in a bus? London Bus Tour, a short film by Moritz Oberholzer captures the everyday life with an array of interesting characters from London streets. Everything is shot handheld by Moritz with an HD camera and a DIY 35mm adapter while sitting in one of those red vehicles of London.
Credo E-Bone, a brainchild of Peter Simon for his industrial design degree project at the University of West Hungary, is an environmentally friendly and sustainable public transportation solution. The concept bus is powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology with four in-wheel motors. The bus shell is made of lightweight composite plastic which is a bone-like material composition with varied density close to joints. The lightweight construction makes the concept energy-efficient.
The organic design is quite supplemental to the overall bus concept that catches attention immediately. It would be interesting to see such concepts becoming reality to make public transport greener.
The New Bus for London is inspired by the much-loved Routemaster and will use the latest green technology when it launches in 2012.
The New Bus for London will meet London Buses’ requirements for vehicles in public service in London, including high standards of accessibility, safety and emissions abatement. In addition, it will be more durable, more fuel efficient and better ventilated. The bus will incorporate a double-deck and a platform at the rear near-side corner, so passengers will be able to get on and off easily.