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MAN SL202 silver

The first of the MAN SL200 buses entered service in 1982.   These were the last buses to be delivered in the classic all over silver livery (with white roof), which dated from MTT days. Originally, these buses were mostly used on shorter distance city routes.

The Adelaide Metro is a brand introduced in 2000 following the second round of tenders privatisation of formerly government- operated bus services.

Previously, the public transport system in Adelaide has been known under several names. The State Transport Authority was formed in 1974-5, combining the metropolitan rail operations of the former South Australian Railways Commission, and the bus and tram operations of the former Municipal Tramways Trust (MTT). In July 1994, the STA was abolished and government public transport services were transferred to TransAdelaide, a publicly owned corporation.

In 2000 Adelaide Metro was implemented across all transport operators, appearing to the public as a unified network, with common livery, timetable designs and a city Information Centre.

Suitable ages 5+

210 x 297mm


No cutting required

No glue required


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