Ulu Pandan Bus Depot Carnival

Chassis Display

3 bus chassis were displayed beside the static buses, offering a rare glimpse of the internal components of a bus. As these chassis were for training or display purposes, the placement of components on these buses were not similar to that on fully-assembled buses.

MAN A95 Euro 6
Volvo B9TL (Training Chassis)

The Volvo B9TL training chassis is a shortened version of the original chassis, with the middle axle removed.

Volvo B5L Hybrid (Training Chassis)

Volvo also showcased the Volvo B5L Hybrid chassis beside the Volvo B9TL. 50 of this bus model, bodied by MCV, were procured by the Land Transport Authority, and is expected to be launched by the end of the year.

11 thoughts on “Ulu Pandan Bus Depot Carnival

  • 4 October 2018 at 9:12 PM

    Do all bus services’ buses assigned to Bukit Merah Bus Package be eventually transferred to Ulu Pandan Depot? I noticed for instance service 145 buses some of them are still coming from Braddell Bus Park.

    • 16 October 2018 at 8:58 PM

      Some routes not belonging to Bukit Merah contract are also based at UPDEP. These are 65, 80 and 132.


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