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  1. Old Look

    ETS Electric Bus testing

    ^ Green funding available from the federal and provincial governments is the big difference between now and then.
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    2016 Edmonton and Area spotting and news

    7006 on the 100 this morning.
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    2016 Edmonton and Area spotting and news

    7002 was parked in the compound at Ferrier today in case anyone wants to have a sneak preview. Looks like a different style of ETS decal on the back end.
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    1998/1999 New Flyer retirements

    StAT 855 has been retired, according to another forum.
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    St. Albert Sightings

    BYD #1400 spotted in service in St Albert this afternoon.
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    St. Albert Sightings

    The new BYD's are in service today. Spotted one in downtown Edmonton this morning (couldn't make out the fleet number) and #1402 in St. Albert.
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    Strathcona Sightings

    8020 already appears to have a slight dent below the driver's side window, unless my eyes deceived me.
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    Strathcona Sightings

    A question and a spotting: Spotted ex-SCT #905 parked in a lot on 99 Street just north of 63 Ave. Wondering if anyone has spotted #8006 back in service? Or was it a write-off?
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    ETS Electric Bus testing

    6011 on the 128 early on Tuesday.
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    St. Albert Sightings

    856 spotted in service yesterday, 855 earlier this week.
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    St. Albert Sightings

    857 in service this morning.
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    Strathcona Sightings

    ^ That they will.
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    St. Albert Sightings

    At this point I don't believe any retirements have happened yet. Have been continuing to see 853 through 857 in service during the first half of December.
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    Strathcona Sightings

    22? Wow! I assume some will be replacing all the Prevosts. Are the remainder all growth buses? If so, that's a lot of growth!
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