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If you ride the bus, you are about 60 times safer than in an automobile in the U.S.
The courts in New Zealand allowed a child to be named “Number 16 Bus Shelter.”
Millionaire Michael O’Leary, CEO of airline Ryanair, has his own taxicab company with just one cab so he can legally use the bus lanes and avoid traffic jams.
Many nursing homes in Germany have fake bus stops to collect residents with dementia who try to leave.
In 2012, a Cleveland woman, arrested for a traffic infraction, was ordered to stand for 2 days holding a sign that read “Only an idiot would drive on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus.”
As a kid, actor Steve Buscemi was hit by a bus and by a car— in separate incidents.
In 2016, an Indian bus driver became the first person in modern recorded history to be struck dead by a meteorite.
Rosa Parks was sitting in the colored section of the bus during the infamous incident in Montgomery; she was asked to vacate her seat, in the front row of the colored section, because the white portion of the bus was filled.
Despite being one of the richest man in the world, Ingvar Kamprad, founder of IKEA, lives in a small home, eats at IKEA and takes the bus.
Unit 684 was a South Korean black-ops team of 31 convicted criminals whose mission was to kill North Korea’s premier Kim Il-sung. They mutinied, hijacked a bus, and were shot by the army or committed suicide.