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Why the school bus never comes in red or green

from The New York Times

Why are most school buses yellow? Why not some other color? Why not burnt sienna, like a crayon? Why not light-medium robin's egg blue, like a jewelry box? Why not magma orange, like a Lamborghini? The answer is Frank W. Cyr, a professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, who became known as the "father of the yellow school bus" for research he led in the 1930s. more


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