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Horse-drawn multipassenger vehicles date to ancient times. In 1662, Paris experimented with public transit, but the era of the "omnibus" (bus) dates to 1824, first connecting Manchester and Liverpool. In 1827, the first school bus was used, being horse-drawn. Steam-powered buses debuted in 1830 but were rare. Germany had the first motor-driven buses in 1895.

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The first school bus was invented in 1827 and was horse drawn. It had a capacity of 25 students and was used at a Quaker school in London, UK.

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The first bus was made in 1900 and it was the fastest public motor

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An Englishman, George Shillibeer, was credited for introducing the first "School Bus", albeit it was horse-drawn, used to transport up to 25 children to a Quaker school.

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