As of 6 August, the BYD C9 on trial at NUS has made its appearance on almost all the NUS ISB routes! I can now bring you photos of the bus on service on each individual route. As the bus is currently not fitted with EDS, it displays colour-coded signage printed by OCA. For some viewers, the sight of a coach in NUS with colour-coded boards might just bring back some memories…
Also, note that there is an ongoing Snap & Win contest – post your photos of the bus on Instagram and hashtag #nus_oca, and you could stand to win $20 of Foodclique vouchers. Click here for more information.
In the meantime, enjoy my photos here!
PC8313P debuted on Service A1 on 19 July 2021, also its first day of operations, displaying A1 signage in red. This colour was inherited from old A1 signage.
PC8313P debuted on Service A2 on 20 July 2021, displaying A2 signage in yellow. This colour was inherited from old A2 signage.
PC8313P debuted on Service D1 on 29 July 2021, displaying D1 signage in lilac. This colour took its reference from the ISB map. The D1 signage had two sides, one “To UTown” and one “To BIZ”.
PC8313P debuted on Service D2 on 30 July 2021, displaying D2 signage in dark purple. This colour took its reference from the ISB map.
PC8313P debuted on Service E on 6 August 2021, displaying E signage in green. This colour was inherited from the withdrawn Service B.
PC8313P debuted on Service K on 26 July 2021, displaying K signage in blue. This colour was inherited from the withdrawn Service C.
PC8313P debuted on Service BTC on 23 July 2021, displaying BTC signage in orange. This colour was inherited from old BTC signage.