Double-decker buses in Berlin are currently 13.5 meters long and hold around 95 passengers. The new buses are able to hold 128 passengers.
In Hong Kong double-decker buses were introduced in 1949. They have become very popular since then, and can now be found in large numbers among the fleets of the territory's major bus operators.
Singapore Bus Service launched their first double-decker bus service in 1977. The fleet grew steadily, with the further introduction of the Mercedes-Benz O305 and the Leyland Olympian. The first air-conditioned double-decker bus, was launched in 1993. The first stepless, ultra low floor "Superbus" was launched in 1999. Today, SBS Transit has a fleet of over 700 double-decker buses, most of which are air-conditioned.
In 2000 Victoria, British Columbia started using double-decker buses in its public transit system - it was the first time in North America. The New Flyer buses, imported from the United Kingdom, are now very popular amongst both locals and tourists. The buses are mainly used on routes that go from downtown to the suburbs.
In October 2005 fleet of double-deckers was introduced to serve the Las Vegas Strip route.
The first Oxford double-decker bus was imported from England in 1994 and is used for sightseeing around Oxford. The bus proved so popular that a 2nd bus was purchased in 2005. There's even an Annual Oxford Double Decker Arts Festival in the city. Taking its name from the town's authentic double-decker bus, the festival brings together visitors and residents alike for a daylong celebration of music, food, and the arts held on the picturesque Courthouse Square. Plans for the eleventh annual Oxford Double Decker Arts Festival are well under way now.