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A bus driving down a road in London

The interior of a San Francisco bus

A bus or coach was a type of large automobile especially designed for the transport of passengers over a designated route. A typical bus bore signs on the body and on interior panels advertising products. Passengers were informed by signs about behaving properly and being safe on a bus. Above the driver's window, there was a destination display which displayed information on the route's number and major streets on that route.

The town of Carbon Creek had a bus stop in 1957. (ENT: "Carbon Creek")

While visiting Earth in 1986, James T. Kirk and Spock traveled across the Golden Gate Bridge to the Cetacean Institute aboard a bus. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

In the alternate reality, when Thomas Harewood went to work at the Kelvin Memorial Archive with the intention of destroying it with a bomb, a bus drove by the building. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

To be thrown under the bus was to be sacrificed by another to save that person from facing certain consequences. In the alternate reality, in the year 2259, when Spock filed a report about how Captain Kirk had violated the Prime Directive on the planet Nibiru, Kirk told Spock that he had thrown him "under the bus." (Star Trek Into Darkness)

In 2268, Economy Bus Lines was a bus carrier on the planet Sigma Iotia II, having a branch in the Northside Territory. (TOS: "A Piece of the Action")

In 2369, while meeting with the Prophets in the Bajoran wormhole, Benjamin Sisko showed them a memory of a baseball game, with a bus of the Chicago Cubs in the background. (DS9: "Emissary")

In 2374 (or 1953), when Benjamin Sisko began dreaming about being Benny Russell, his initial confusion almost caused him to be run over by a Municipal Bus Lines bus. (DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars")

Types of buses

Bus route

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