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  1. They will probably jump back down to the 1400s soon. Seemingly all bus orders happen with number ranges jumping all over the place.
  2. There are BYD electric buses in Seoul at the very least.
  3. 9529 is not being preserved AFAIK. I don't know why it's being listed as such.
  4. I don't know, I just saw it being towed onto the Williamsburg Bridge
  5. 198 of the 222 remaining R32s are retired. 24 still remain on the roster, but whether they return to service is in the air (pretty sure they're just saving some for a last run anyway).
  6. What was the original number for WMATA's GMC New Look 1400? No GMC bus numbered 1400 existed under WMATA, but WMATA has one saved under that number. It's supposedly from 1964 if that helps.
  7. NJ Transit website shows auctioning of only two Neoplans (and 2 damaged NABIs), not twenty.
  8. @Dave Mackey they also use Flxible Metro 1872 as a work bus (license ZWU50P). Flxible Metro 1976 became Mobile Command Unit 190.
  9. 7174 was apparently involved in an accident.
  10. I assume by extension Jeju Int'l Airport and Gimhae Airport in southern South Korea also have their D40LFs still (whichever Korean airports Sharp Aviation serves).
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