The Brossel A92 DAR-L is a bus produced by Brossel between1962 and 1967for the Compagnie Générale Industrielle de Transports (CGIT).
In 1953, the Compagnie des tramways électriques de Lille and its suburbs (TELB) through its subsidiary CGIT in charge of the operation of bus lines is launching studies for the purchase of urban bus equipment intended for single-agent operation . Isobloc is chosen by CGIT to supply a vehicle called 655 DHU (then UI 20 following the acquisition by Saviem ). Nevertheless, Saviem who has in the meantime bought the firm decides to stop the production of this model. The CGIT then finds itself without a supplier and decides to turn to the Belgian company Brossel which, taking over the specifications of theCGIT and the innovations introduced on the 655 DHU offers Brossel A92 DAR-L ( d iesel ar Rière L ille).
Designed to meet the specifications of the CGIT , bus Brossel A92 DAR-L engines for buses 92 seats D iesel AR Rière L ille comes in 3 sets in years1962 at 1967.
Designed on a Brossel chassis , the bus is bodied by the Belgian Jonckheere and equipped like many models of the brand of a Leyland engine .
It actually offers 100 seats 28 seats and 72 standing places.
Valenciennes is a commune in the Nord department in northern France.
It lies on the Scheldt (French: Escaut) river. Although the city and region experienced a steady population decline between 1975 and 1990, it has since rebounded. The 1999 census recorded that the population of the commune of Valenciennes was 41,278, and that of the metropolitan area was 399,677.