|Photographer / Copyright: John Godwin / www.buspix.uk|
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Date added to site:02/05/19
|Details: Although RATP runs about 1,000 buses in London, its origin and main business is in the provision of public transport in the French capital of Paris (RATP stands for Regie Autonome des Transports Parisiens). We can now show a 'home' RATP service vehicle in the form of Renault Premium truck BJ-350-NS, photographed in Paris on 31st March 2019. This box-bodied lorry is used as a breakdown tender (depannage translates as 'troubleshooting', 'help' or 'fixing') and it was seen attending to MAN Lion's City articulated bus 4680. Note the 1/3rd width tail-lift and the various doors and compartments. The RATP logo (which is either a stylised map of the River Seine in Paris or an upturned face depending on how you look at it) is carried towards the rear of the side.|
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