The omnibus, which is the first land-based innovation in public transportation, was brought in the year 1826.
The omnibuses were the passenger wagons which were pulled by one to three horses in accordance to the size. The largest model had a capacity to hold up to 42 passengers where some were two storied with an open top. This public transportation system was again tested by France. The idea got widespread and reached New York City where they had established their own omnibus line by 1828. This technique had been followed by many US and European cities later.