Bus Association Lindlar starts with Civitas Economy
Lindlar had a number of requirements for their new vehicle, but the Civitas Economy checked them all. And when it comes to the interior design, the new vehicle is similar to the “large regular-service buses” both visually and technically.
So sieht der neue Bürgerbus von Innen aus. Foto: Ovag
Press release LindLar
Wheelchair ramp and USB ports Lindlar’s new citizen bus comes from Utrecht
The Lindlar Citizens’ Bus Association has received a new vehicle that was delivered in the weeks before Easter. The association has researched intensively because the new vehicle should meet a number of new requirements, said the Oberbergische Verkehrsgesellschaft (Ovag).
Finally, they found what they were looking for at the Tribus company in Utrecht and opted for the vehicle based on a Volkswagen Crafter. The Dutch company Tribus specializes in the conversion of buses.
Attachment for child seats
The minibus has a wide, electrically operated, double-leaf “Metro door” with low entry. And when it comes to the interior design, the new vehicle is similar to the “large regular-service buses” both visually and technically.
Like its “big sisters”, the new citizens’ bus can display the destination on the outside, it is equipped with stop request buttons on the bus and charging sockets with USB ports.
Wheelchair users can board the bus via a fold-out ramp. Parents of babies will be happy about the ISOFIX-attachment point for child seats integrated in the passenger seats.
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