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  1. Sound Transit

    Additional cars have been orders for Tacoma Link. They are the same type as the Dallas streetcar and in Detroit on the QLine. 5 cars with an option for 5 more. First ones should arrive by 2020. http://www.railjournal.com/index.php/north-america/sound-transit-orders-brookville-lrvs-for-tacoma-link-extension.html
  2. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    Looks like the first XDE60 has found its way to East base 8153 ran on 982 and 219 today
  3. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    8100s and 8200s are probably the same order, so the 8200s there might not be any green but only blue and teal. The numbers do work out, 200/3=66.6. As we assume there are 67 green 8100s. 22 blue 8100s. There should be either 45 blue and 66 teal 8200s or 44 blue and 67 teal 8200s. Then we would still end with a some what even distribution. 67-67-66. Just my theory.
  4. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    8100 is currently on the F line and is scheduled to be there until 8 if anyone was interested in getting pictures.
  5. Sound Transit

    i copied the wiki from the previous MCIs, and changed some numbers so i dunno if they are CLs or CTs.
  6. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

  7. Sound Transit

    Yes, you can track where it runs with the link below. http://pugetsound.onebusaway.org/where/standard/vehicle-status.action?vehicleId=40_9200
  8. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    They will go where ever you tell metro to send them......
  9. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    Who knows? The person at metro coordinating this. It would make the most sense if you would stop bring this up and just accept it.
  10. Transit in Hong Kong

    1. Takes up more street space, but has less capacity. London went to artics for a while, and ditched them, Community Transit in Seattle is buying double deckers instead of more artics. 3. There is no need, routes that would be BRT routes already have extremely frequent service, why spend money on brt branding?
  11. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    The dates are the first day of shake up not the end. This is based off old schedules i have kept. June 1996: 107 in Sept 1996: 107 out. May 1997:190 in, 253 in Sept 1997: 253 out, 226 was in Feb 1998: 195/227/258 was still in May 1998: 227 no longer exists on 212,225,229 schedule. Sept 1998: 190/195 in June 2001: 258 in I have also heard of a route 90 which ran as a tunnel circular.
  12. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    Why can't you stop asking this type of question?
  13. MUNI (San Francisco, CA)

    Was watching this video, and noticed that some LRVs on one end of the LRV was a electronic destination sign and on the other it was a roll sign. Were they designed like that to save money? or did they just replace one side if one side broke? Whats the deal? I just find it extremely odd.
  14. King County Metro - Seattle, Washington

    The 7200s only really ran during the day on rt 22, they were mostly on peak trippers to/from seattle. Rt 106 moved to CB, Rt 107 was extended, probably why 2 3700s went to SB. BB gained more 40ft buses. With 106 moving to CB there are probably more spare artics at SB