A double-decker bus in Tsim Sha Tsui in the 1950s. Picture: courtesy of KMB

Why Hong Kong’s first double-decker buses arrived 12 years late, 69 years ago

The second world war, Japanese occupation of Hong Kong and a delayed experiment put off the Kowloon Motor Bus Company’s solution to the then British colony’s growing traffic problem

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A double-decker bus in Tsim Sha Tsui in the 1950s. Picture: courtesy of KMB
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