Google News article Google buses are a new breed of public transport for people on the move, as the company has introduced them in major cities including London and New York.

But what is the difference?

Here are some key points to consider when travelling between London and the capital:There are four different types of Google buses in operation in London:The m60 (m20 bus) is a standard two-seat bus with an open top and is designed to carry up to 2,000 passengers.

The Google bus has a flat roof, allowing passengers to sit back, relax and watch television.

The Google bus is the most popular of the four, and it has become the standard for all London buses in recent years.

Google says that m60 buses are also very comfortable, and have a variety of seating options to suit your preferences.

The bus can take up to three passengers in two rows, with the driver controlling the bus from a laptop and tablet.

The driver can also control the bus in a split-second.

The m40 (m30 bus) has a standard single-seater bus that can carry up, four, six or eight passengers.

Google buses can also take two people.

The buses are used for business trips or for the occasional weekend getaway.

The m40 can take four or five people.

The first two rows of seats are the front and back.

The third row is for the driver, and the fourth row is reserved for the passengers.

There are also other bus types, such as the London Bus (L2), the Google Bus (LM1), and the Uber Bus (UB1).

You can see which is which in the map below:Google buses are not a replacement for a traditional bus, but they are convenient and convenient.

There are plenty of places to get around London using a Google bus, so you can enjoy a day of leisure without travelling on a traditional public transport.