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  1. Saskatoon Updates

    December
  2. Saskatoon Updates

    A friend and I went there about a month ago, we found the following buses there: 106 117 118 369 394 399 406 408 409 411 423 428 433 436 440 441 453 461 462 465 560 564 567 568 575 585 720 724 9501 9509 9705 31 buses total All the buses are in varrying states, with some being fairly intact and others being quite stripped out. Some of the earliest buses that headed out there were 369, 720, 724, I was told. The owner was very nice to us when we told him that we wanted to shoot his buses... with cameras! Lol The classics are supposed to be around until April or May 2018, leaving 5 or 6 months of high floors service still. Meaning there is no way to tell what bus or buses will be the last one in service. As of recently, there are a few classics that are dead, but are still considered active on the roster.
  3. Saskatoon Updates

    1007 had some warning buzzers go off for low hydraulic fluid and had an issue with its articulating joint. It ended up dumping some fluids before it got towed away. Maintenance ended up driving the bus to the other side of the terminal for it to be taken away. Here's a shot when it first broke down
  4. Saskatoon Updates

    Active classics on the roster: 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 115, 116, 434, 445, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 454, and 573 Total: 21 buses Active buses that actually can go out: 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 110, 116, 445, 448, 449, 450, 452, and 573 Total: 13 out of 21 buses 108, 109, 112, 451 and 454 engine issues 434 expired safety 115 unknown Ex-Calgary units are all 100 series
  5. Saskatoon Updates

    102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 115, 116, 120, 434, 445, 448, 449, 451, 452, 454, and 573 Total: 21 HOWEVER: Buses that can head out as of today: 103, 104, 105, 107, 110, 111, 116, 445, 448, 449, 452, and 573 Total: 12 9506 now retired
  6. Saskatoon Updates

    New retirements... 618 and 9507 both retired
  7. Saskatoon Updates

    9507 involved in accident this morning with a van that ran a red light. No word yet on any injuries.
  8. Saskatoon Updates

    446 retired. Her last day was April 24th
  9. Saskatoon Updates

    Oops, I meant to say ex-Lethbridge 133
  10. Saskatoon Updates

    22nd street is receiving rapid transit service (similar to 8th street) and the surrounding areas will receive separate feeder routes. Changes begin July 2nd. Exact numbers and changes to be released soon by Transit
  11. Saskatoon Updates

    Retired buses. It's where maintenance parks all the dead buses. Usually if one appears there, it's toast. How it looks as of June 2nd. Buses in there are: 118, 0962, 412, 114, 433, 572, 9510, 120, 9707, 9702, 428, 101, 9515, 371, 133, and 576
  12. Hi! Today I've been seeing that buses on route 55 have been going in different ways. Is this a route change? Or is it just temporary?

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  13. Saskatoon Updates

    1701 thru 1703, 1707 thru 1711 now in service Will make a wiki page when all buses in service
  14. Saskatoon Updates

    Ex-Regina 59x series
  15. Saskatoon Updates

    1708 and 1709 entered service today 120 pulled from service, transmission problems. 616 is back in service. She lives on!
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