Who Invented the Bus?

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In 1662 Blaise Pascal invented the bus. Horses carried these buses through out there routes. A lot of people used these buses to go back and forth from work.
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The first public bus line, using horse drawn carriages, was launched in 1662 by Blaise Pascal in Paris.
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