List Of Bus Services In Namibia

List Of Bus Services In Namibia

What is a bus service?

Public transport bus services are generally based on regular operation of transit buses along a route calling at agreed bus stops according to a published public transport timetable.

Here are some of the bus services in Namibia

Intercape Namibia Main Office

Oasis Bus Services


Namib Contract Haulage

Sunshine Tours Namibia

Macon Transport Namibia

Ashley Shuttle Services and Tours

Intercape Office

Tok Tokkie Shuttle Namibia

McClune Shuttle Office

Town Hoppers

Kids Shuttle Services

Bailey’s reo Liner

WP Transport Namibia

Namibia shuttle Services

LEFA Transportation Services

Frequently Asked Questions

How old are buses in Namibia?

Horse-drawn buses were used from the 1820s, followed by steam buses in the 1830s, and electric trolleybuses in 1882. The first internal combustion engine buses, or motor buses, were used in 1895.

What is feeder bus in Namibia?

Feeder Bus Services: These offer transfers from MRT stations and bus interchanges to surrounding housing estates and industrial areas. It also connects you to various neighbourhoods within the same estate.

Why was the bus invented in Namibia?

They were developed at the beginning of the 20th century to compete with streetcars by providing greater route flexibility. The bus was a natural outgrowth of the horse-driven coach. Today buses are defined as vehicles that accommodate more than 10 passengers.

What are the 3 types of buses in Namibia?

  • Address bus – carries memory addresses from the processor to other components such as primary storage and input/output devices.
  • Data bus – carries the data between the processor and other components.
  • Control bus – carries control signals from the processor to other components.

How long is a bus in Namibia?

The approximate average city bus length is 14 meters, or between 35 and 45 feet. Bus width is typically between 95 and 105 inches, or 8 to 9 feet.

What engine is in a bus in Namibia?

Diesel engines are built to last and are specifically designed for medium-duty use. Diesel engines can last 15 to 20 years or more. Diesel engines last 2-3 times longer than their propane and gasoline counterparts. Diesel engines almost never need to be replaced during the life of a school bus.

How do you tell a bus driver to stop? in Namibia

If the bus you are riding doesn’t have a buzzer or bell, you can tell the bus driver a little while before you reach the stop where you need to get off. You could say “I need to get off at the next stop, please.”

How do you pay on a bus in Namibia?

Look for the contactless symbol on your credit or debit card to see if your card is contactless enabled. Then, board a bus with the contactless symbol and instead of paying with cash, simply tap your card or contactless-enabled device onto the reader and wait for the beep.

What is a bus port in Namibia?

The term “bus port” is used in EPLAN as a short term for PLC connection points with function definitions of the category “Network / bus cable connection”. A bus port represents a plug including all pins and is represented by only one function template in the parts management.

What is a bus wire in Namibia?

Bus bar wire is an uninsulated, unshielded, and unjacketed single wire type of conductor. It is commonly used as feeder lines from a bus bar. This means that bus bar wire is used to distribute power from a centralized bus bar to outlying equipment. Since it is a single piece of wire, it is solid rather than stranded.

How do you stop a bus in Namibia?

To get off the bus, signal the driver one block before your stop by pulling the cord or pressing the yellow strip. This will ring a bell and light the “stop requested” signal for the driver. Once getting off, do not cross in front of the bus.

What is bus speed in Namibia?

The term “bus speed” refers to how quickly the system bus can move data from one computer component to the other. The faster the bus, the more data it can move within a given amount of time.

What is difference between bus and port in Namibia?

A computer port is a slot or a connection point on a computer, similar to a plug point, where a device can be connected. The system bus, also called the memory bus, makes a connection between the CPU and the main memory of the computer that resides on the motherboard.

What is bus protocol in Namibia?

The Advanced Micro controller Bus Architecture (AMBA) bus protocols is a set of interconnect specifications from ARM that standardizes on chip communication mechanisms between various functional blocks (or IP) for building high performance SOC designs.

What uses a serial bus in Namibia?

A shared channel that transmits data one bit after the other over a single wire or fiber; for example, Ethernet uses a serial bus architecture. The I/O bus from the CPU to the peripherals is a parallel bus (16, 32 or 64 wires, etc.).