The Mumbai Electricity Supply and Transport (BEST) Undertaking announced on Tuesday that the city's recognisable red double-decker buses would be removed from the streets this week. Additionally, in the first week of October, the open-top double-decker buses will also vanish from the city. Only seven double-decker buses, including three open-deck buses, are still in the BEST fleet, according to a representative for the company. Meanwhile, as Mumbai bids Adieu to its iconic red double-decker buses, the video of last diesel-run Double Decker Bus from Marol Depot ending its journey on Friday surfaced online, and has now gone viral on social media.
Video of Last Ride of Mumbai's Iconic Red Double-Decker Bus
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