English: Busybus was a branding introduced by Ulsterbus in the late 1980s/early 1990s for rural routes, as a fixed route complement to the demand responsive Flexibus services. It used a livery of white, blue and yellow, with 'busybus' fleetnames. It was initially applied to Alexander & Wright bodied Mercedes-Benz minibuses, but also later appeared on Wright Handybus bodied Dennis Dart midibuses introduced in 1994. It used route numbers beginning with a '3'. The livery appears to have disappeared as these buses were withdrawn in 2005, although it's not clear whether or not the 'busybus' name for the services continued into the Metro/Ulsterbus common livery era post 2005 (in a manner similar to the contiuance of the 'easibus' service branding as a subtle colour variation on the otherwise standard ulsterbus blue), with some services called 'Busy Bus' apparently having continued until at least 2008).
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