# Is there a bus number 1 in Singapore?

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## How many bus numbers are there in Singapore?

In 2020, there was a total of about 19 thousand buses available in Singapore.

## How are bus numbers decided?

All buses have five digit numbers. The first number indicates what kind of bus it is. We use 0,1,2,3,6,7,8,9 for the first number. As you can see, the buses begining with odd numbers are regular and those that begin with even numbers are orthos.

## What does bus number mean?

In project management, the bus number is the number of team members whose loss would endanger a project. For example, if there are two people on a team that are essential to a project’s success, the project’s bus number is two — if those two team members were hit by a bus, the project would be in trouble.

## What does M mean in Singapore Bus?

M services stands for Modified: it indicates a route variant, and may run either replacing the normal service (e.g. 192M) or alongside them (e.g. 979M). N services (as well as NR prefix services) are night buses.

## How high do bus numbers go?

What does the bus numbering system look like today? Bus Route 55. Photo from wikimedia commons. Today, numbers 1 to 599 are for your everyday day routes; school day services are numbered 600 to 699; 700 to 899 are for regional and national coach services.

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## Why do school buses have numbers?

It can be confusing. BUS NUMBERS: The other numbers on the buses, called simply the “bus” number corresponds to the route that it runs in the school district. This number appears on the bus once per side.

## What does M mean in bus number?

M, X — ‘Modified’ / Route Variant

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