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Buses

The School of Life Bus Home

The School of Life Bus Home

Living Big in a Tiny House visited another great school bus conversion. Tamra and JT Lane furnished and decorated their “School of Life” bus almost entirely with upcycled materials. The patchwork of wood and the wood stove gives the bus a lived-in vibe.

LEGO London Bus

LEGO London Bus
$140  Buy Link Comment

Another fantastic LEGO kit, this 1686-piece CREATOR set lets you build a model of one of London’s iconic double-decker buses. It’s got detailed signage, plenty of interior seating on both levels, a removable roof, a spiral staircase, and little objects left behind by passengers.

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Off-the-grid School Bus Home

Off-the-grid School Bus Home

Believe it or not, that’s the inside of a converted school bus. Living Big In A Tiny House spoke with “schoolie” owners Luke and Rachel about their solar-powered mobile home. The couple spent about $30,000 and a year-and-a-half to complete the conversion.

CityMobil2 Autonomous Bus

CityMobil2 Autonomous Bus

Trikala, Greece is testing driverless public transit vehicles being developed by the EU’s CityMobil2 group. The 10-passenger bus is essentially a road train. It doesn’t change lanes and follows a closed route, but it can be remote controlled if needed.

Leap Transit

Leap Transit
$4-$6  Ride Link Comment

A roving coffee shop bus service in San Francisco, California. You can get tickets via an iOS or Android device and pay via Bluetooth. Leap buses have Wi-Fi, USB charging ports and of course overpriced food and drinks.

Star Fighter Bus

Star Fighter Bus

A Japanese bus company has an special fleet that takes visitors on tours of places like the Tsukuba Space Center called the Star Fighter. The bus’s interior is designed like a space ship and includes seats with pilot controls for games.

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