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Jumbo Bus
Hamburg

Wikipedia: "A Bi-articulated bus is an extension of an articulated bus in that it has three cabin sections instead of two. This also involves the addition of an extra axle. Due to the extended length, bi-articulated buses tend to be used on high frequency core routes or bus rapid transit schemes rather than conventional bus routes"

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