Super-long 90-foot long bus in Dresden comfortably carries 256 passengers
And if you thought your regular city bus is a boulder on the road, hampering the freedom of free-flowing traffic, consider driving with a bus like this one on the road. Introduced in the German city of Dresden, this jaw-dropping 30 meter long bus hogs more space than two conventional buses parked end to end, and is currently one of the longest in the world. With enough space to comfortably carry 256 passengers, this bus called the Autotram Extra Grand is packed with enough technology to make it easy to drive, using a computerized steering system that can easily be adapted to. Also, given the fact that travelling in one of these is a lot cheaper than using the train, this bus is expected to quickly catch on, though city authorities have been left guessing just how well this road-train will do in traffic.