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DAMRI Bus Papercraft

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Bus papercraft designed by Rino Liha. DAMRI stands Djawatan Repoeblik Angkoetan Motor Indonesia, which was formed on 25 November 1946, with the main task of organizing transportation of people and goods on the road with motor vehicles. Further development as a Public Corporation (Perum), the name DAMRI remain enshrined as a brand mark of the State Owned Enterprises.

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Rosalia Indah Coachline Bus

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It is an Intercity coachline bus that served mainly on Java island cities. Designed by Rino Liha, he inspired by one night trip to his cousin at Salatiga from Bekasi. There is no password for this papercraft. Instructions are inside the PDF file pattern.

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Agramas Shuttle Bus

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Start on august 2008 Agramas Bus served Tangerang (BSD) - Bekasi timur city via Jakarta Outer Ring Road TOL, 15 bus are built-up and 3 others made by HINO Japan . Agramas is abbreviation of PT Anugerah Emas, the company which operated this red bus. Design by Rino Liha, he is also a Peri Member.

Agramas Shuttle Bus

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Intercity Coachlines Bus

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In Indonesia these buses called AKAP. AKAP is Antar Kota Antar Propinsi which means Intercity Interprovince. There are many companies that served in various intercity routes such as to Bali and Sumatra from Java island. Just like other countries there are classes in these mass transportation, such as economy class usually without air conditioning and executive class with its full VIP services. This bus paper model is from Gajah Mungkur Intercity Coachlines. Not like transjakarta paper model It has simplified.Intercity Coachlines Bus

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Bus Shelter & Traffic Light Papercraft

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Design by Rian Rahardi (kertascraft.com). The most common traffic lights consist of a set of three lights: red, amber, and green. When illuminated, the red light indicates for vehicles facing the light to stop; the amber indicates caution, either because lights are about to turn green or because lights are about to turn red (depending on the region of the world you are in); and the green light to proceed, (if it is safe to do so). There are some variations in the use and legislation of traffic lights, depending on the customs of a country and the special needs of a particular intersection. There may, for example, be special lights for pedestrians, bicycles, buses, trams, etc. and there may be special rules or sets of lights for traffic turning in a particular direction. Complex intersections may use any combination of these. [wikipedia]

Bus Shelter & Traffic Light

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