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Maui's new double-decker bus will take on Kihei route

By Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 09:28 p.m. HST, Jul 06, 2013



WAILUKU, Maui >> A double-decker bus joined Maui's public bus fleet today.

The county says the bus was purchased used for about $380,000. It can transport 90 passengers — double the amount of a regular bus.

Its capacity will allow the bus to service the Kihei Islander No. 2 route, which has a large number of residents and tourists who use it daily to travel between central and south Maui.







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WaialaeGuy wrote:
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on July 7,2013 | 12:34AM
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