The Wheels on the Bus …

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The Patrick Sarsfield Car-Free Parade takes place this Saturday, September 19th, in Limerick city. The parade begins at 1.00pm and goes from City Hall, Merchant’s Quay to the Treaty Stone on Clancy Strand and will feature music and street entertainment along the way. It will also include a sword fencing demonstration and a battle re-enactment at Clancy Strand. The event is part of European Mobility Week 2009, which runs from September 16th to 22nd. The purpose of this week is to raise awareness about the benefits of walking, cycling and using public transport instead of bringing cars into the city centre. As someone who doesn’t own a car (or even know how to drive one) I’m completely in favour of any initiative that will make it easier for cyclists and pedestrians to make their way around the city centre without too much trouble. I’ve just done a post about running and I did one previously about cycling, so here are some songs about buses, bus drivers and the passengers who use this particular form of public transport


Wheels on the Bus


01 Kiss Me on the Bus – The Replacements

02 Happy Busman – The Frank & Walters

03 Only Losers Take The Bus – Fatima Mansions

04 National Express – The Divine Comedy

05 Waiting for the Bus – The Violent Femmes

06 You’re Crazy For Taking the Bus – Jonathan Richman

07 Roll Bus Roll – Jeffery Lewis

08 Another Bus – The Twang

09 Bus Stop Boxer (live) – Eels

10 In Praise of the West Midlothian Bus Service – Woodpigeon

11 The Bus Driver’s Prayer – Ian Dury

12 A Transport of Delight – Flanders & Swann

13 Bus Stop – The Hollies

14 Magic Bus – The Who

15 (Are You Ready) Do The Bus Stop – The Fatback Band

16 Does This Bus Stop at 82nd St? – Bruce Springsteen

17 Minutes to Memories – John Mellancamp

18 Country Bus – Jake Thackray

19 Greyhound Bus – Oh, Susanna

20 Backseat Of A Greyhound Bus – Sara Evans

21 On A Bus To St Cloud – Gretchen Peters

22 Bus To Baton Rouge – Lucinda Williams

23 Stop The Bus – Grace Potter & the Nocturnals

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