Who invented the double decker bus?

Answer Douglas Scott (1913-1990), along with a team, invented the double-decker bus in London, England. It is also called the Routemaster bus.Source:Double Decker Bus

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When was the double-decker bus invented?

The double-decker bus was designed during the years 1947 through 1956 by Douglas Scott and his team in London, England. It was released in February 1956.Source:London Transport

How big is a double-decker bus?

A double-decker bus is approximately 43 feet in length, 8.3 feet in width and 14 feet high. The bus can seat 78 people during a ride, which puts 32 people on the lower level and 46 on the upper lev... Read More »

How heavy is a double decker bus?

While some double decker buses exist in the United States, they are most commonly used in England. The weight of a double decker bus depends upon the model, but two of the most popular models, the... Read More »

How tall is a double decker bus?

The height of double decker buses varies slightly. The double decker bus used for a 2007 trial by the San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency was 14 feet tall. Routemaster double deckers, used as to... Read More »