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About Millennium2002

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  1. Cape Breton Transit

    What a revolving door... and I thought Charlottetown, PEI was bad a few years ago...
  2. Vancouver general sightings and notes

    I wonder if it is because most buses usually drive in the lane nearest the curb... Trolleybuses in particular are special given the wires effectively are like train tracks (except with extra wiggle room).
  3. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    That bus frankly looks way out of proportion to me...
  4. Vancouver Special Sightings

    There's an Orion V (9206) on the 145 right now...
  5. I'm pretty sure the omission of 69 was deliberate... Although it begs the question of why they moved the other two to sandwich it when they had other options available...
  6. I think the Wal-Mart development was a missed opportunity... Sure, it is compact in size, but the connectivity that it has with the neighbourhood and nearby transit is sorely lacking.
  7. Vancouver: T-Comm "E-Sightings"

    Note that this specific run doesn't even pass by that direction...
  8. Transit in Hong Kong

    Oddly that looks more acceptable to me. I think it's the variety and patterning of the colours at the front of the NWFB Enviro200 that is driving me nuts...
  9. Vancouver: T-Comm "E-Sightings"

    An odd 144 "ramen run" back to Metrotown: https://tcomm.bustrainferry.com/mobile/block/1656333 I call it a "ramen run" because it ends up dropping me off right outside my usual ramen shop...
  10. 2017 Alexander Dennis Enviro 500 trial

    Those engine RPMs look reversed...
  11. Transit in Hong Kong

    While I'm still on the fence about the asymmetrical front... it's a very nice looking bus...
  12. It may be possible to show the 129 and 133 at once on the route map... But then again, this will always be a problem with interlined runs, of which there are many throughout the network. In fact, last night, I fell asleep on a 144 from SFU to Metrotown and woke up later to find it doing a 119 to Metrotown... and when it got to that terminus it changed to a 116 to Edmonds...
  13. Well, there's Kootenay Loop... Now you are probably right, the loop is getting full with the 160 now terminating there too. But that reminded me... we have the 130 doing short-turn trips to the Safeway at Willingdon and Dawson... so why not set the 129 / 133 terminus to that? Maybe label it "Burnaby Heights Exchange" or something... Also, is it necessary to set the relief point to be the same as the terminus? I know many routes are designed like that, but there are also many exceptions to that rule... For some time, the 49 stood out as being one of the biggest outliers, with the relief point being at Langara - 49th Avenue Station.
  14. Victoria Regional Transit System

    There's a fuel tank at the front of the bus!?
  15. Why are they splitting the 129 up like this... The remaining portion of the 129 still ends up being a U-shape... So much for achieving the clarity that they wanted...