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What about advertising. When the Circulator came online we were told that they wouldn't allow advertising on the outside of the buses because it would cover up the paint scheme and interfere with the branding. So the price we pay for this sort of design nonsense is the loss of revenue from advertising.

Will we see rules prohibiting ads on the new "branded" cabs?

by dcdriver on Dec 10, 2012 2:07 pm • linkreport

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