The magical community has a bunch of ways for traveling anywhere across the world, some of which are Portkeys, Apparation, the Floo network, broomsticks and many others. However, they still picked some Muggle technology to use as a means of transport.
Based on the question here, The Hogwarts' Express is presumably a Muggle train which was stolen by the magical community and used since then as a means of transport every year for Hogwarts' students. Per Pottermore, the train's background is presented as follows:
Where exactly the Hogwarts Express came from has never been conclusively proven, although it is a fact that there are secret records at the Ministry of Magic detailing a mass operation involving one hundred and sixty-seven Memory Charms and the largest ever mass Concealment Charm performed in Britain. The morning after these alleged crimes, a gleaming scarlet steam engine and carriages astounded the villagers of Hogsmeade (who had also not realised they had a railway station), while several bemused Muggle railway workers down in Crewe spent the rest of the year grappling with the uncomfortable feeling that they had mislaid something important.
Secondly, Pottermore has the following information about the Knight Bus:
For witches and wizards who are Floo-sick, whose Apparition is unreliable, who hate heights or who feel frightened or queasy taking Portkeys, there is always the Knight Bus, which appears whenever a witch or wizard in urgent need of transportation sticks out their wand arm at the kerb.
This got me thinking. Apart from the Knight Bus and Hogwarts Express, are there any other means of Muggle transportation (vehicles or otherwise) that were taken by the wizarding world and used specifically as public transport?
PS: I am excluding Arthur Weasley's Ford Anglia and Sirius' flying motorbike.