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    a walking bus

    I ran across the phrase of 'a walking bus', but I know it is a bus but don't know why the bus 'has' a 'walking' before it.

    Thank you for your explanation.

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    Re: a walking bus

    Quote Originally Posted by joham View Post
    I ran across the phrase of 'a walking bus', but I know it is a bus but don't know why the bus 'has' a 'walking' before it.

    Thank you for your explanation.
    I think this link might help.

    Even this one.

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