East Lancs Cityzen
Kings Ferry B10
A Scania N113 East Lancs Cityzen of The Kings Ferry
Operator(s) Brighton & Hove
Northumbria Motor Services
Floor type Step entrance
Doors 1 door
Chassis Scania N113
Engine(s) Scania
Options Various customer options

The East Lancs Cityzen is a type of double-decker bus body built on the Scania N113 chassis by East Lancashire Coachbuilders. The name started East Lancs' long tradition of using 'misspelt' product names.


The Cityzen was launched around 1995, and was developed with Scania. It was the last high floor bus from Scania. Low floor buses took hold in 1999, and this led East Lancs (with Scania) to design a new low floor version of the Cityzen. This was the OmniDekka. The OmniDekka's name is the last in the misspelt product name pattern, with 5 intermediate names.

The large front side cab windows inspired those on the double-decker Myllennium.

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