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  1. Academy has snatched up the 2005-2006 LFS buses. Listed here are their new numbers: https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2170-2172 https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2173-2178 751 - 2170 752 - 2171 753 - 2172 761 - 2173 762 - 2174 763 - 2175 764- 2176 766 - 2177 767 - 2178
  2. It looks like they also inherited Tri-Rail's own 2016 ElDorados. They are now 2912-2915. https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2912-2915
  3. 273, 278, 280, 281, and 282 are now Academy Bus 2066-2070. https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2066-2070
  4. 1204 and 1205 were bought up by Academy Bus and are now 2921-2922. https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2921-2922
  5. A little update on the D40LF that were bought up by Academy Bus. These are their new numbers: 120 - 2386 123 - 2387 125 - 2389 126 - 2390 130 - 2391 131 - 2392 132 - 2393 133 - 2394 134 - 2395 136 - 2396 137 - 2397 139 - 2398 145 - 2399 I suspect 124 might have become 2388. https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2386-2392 https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Academy_Bus_Lines_2393-2399
  6. New Stadler design unveiled:
  7. Yeah, they tacked them unto the 2021 range.
  8. This is what is on the Wiki: https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/New_Jersey_Transit_21001-21367
  9. https://www.governor.ny.gov/news/governor-hochul-announces-plans-move-forward-major-new-expansion-transit-service-brooklyn-and Governor Hochul Announces Plans to Move Forward with Major New Expansion of Transit Service in Brooklyn and Queens: The Interborough Express Governor Directs MTA to Begin Environmental Review Process for Transformative New Transit Line Would Serve More than 100,000 New Yorkers and Connect to Up to 17 Subway Lines and the Long Island Rail Road, Expanding Access to Jobs and Supporting Economic Development Travel Time End-to-End Expected to be Less Than 40 Minutes Governor Kathy Hochul today announced plans to move forward with the Interborough Express as part of her 2022 State of the State. Governor Hochul is directing the MTA to immediately begin the environmental review process for this transformative project, the first step in building this major infrastructure investment that would connect communities in Brooklyn and Queens to as many as 17 subway lines and the Long Island Rail Road. "It's time to invest in the bold, cutting-edge infrastructure projects that will make a real difference in the lives of everyday New Yorkers," Governor Hochul said. "New Yorkers deserve reliable public transit that connects them from work to home and everywhere in between. The Interborough Express would be a transformational addition to Brooklyn and Queens, cutting down on travel time and helping neighborhoods and communities become cleaner, greener and more equitable." "This project would smartly repurpose existing infrastructure to add mass transit and create access to jobs, education, and opportunity for so many residents of Queens and Brooklyn," said MTA Acting Chair and CEO Janno Lieber. "I applaud Governor Hochul's leadership, and we are enthusiastic to work with her, and Federal and State partners to advance the Interborough concept." Governor Hochul will direct the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to begin the environmental review process for the Interborough Express. This historic project would use the existing right of way of the Bay Ridge Branch, which is a freight rail line that runs through Brooklyn and Queens, connecting the ethnically and economically diverse neighborhoods of: Sunset Park, Borough Park, Kensington, Midwood, Flatbush, Flatlands, New Lots, Brownsville, East New York, Bushwick, Ridgewood, Middle Village, Maspeth, Elmhurst and Jackson Heights with several new stations in communities not currently served by rail transit. If adopted, this new service would improve transit and job access to underserved communities along this corridor that is currently home to about 900,000 residents and 260,000 jobs, and with growth expected by at least 41,000 people and 15,000 jobs in the next 25 years. For many residents along this corridor, crossing from neighborhood to neighborhood is slow and tedious because existing subway lines are oriented towards Manhattan, even as many new work opportunities, schools, and services are located in the outer boroughs. The project would provide critical mobility, creating better links for travel to and from Manhattan as well as key connections among neighborhoods, across boroughs, and opening up new opportunities for reverse commuting into Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Each day, more than 100,000 commuters make daily trips within or across Brooklyn and Queens, often relying on buses that get caught in traffic along a tangled and crowded street network. Results from this historic and necessary step could lead to a new service that would provide end-to-end travel time of less than 40 minutes, although most trips would be along shorter segments of the line. This would provide significant time savings for interborough Brooklyn and Queens trips compared with existing transit options. In addition to transit service, the existing Bay Ridge Branch corridor can service cross harbor rail freight and would dramatically reduce truck congestion regionally and expand goods movement facilities, thereby fortifying supply chains still struggling to recover from the pandemic. Transportation planners believe that cross harbor rail freight and passenger service on the Interborough Express can work together in concert, which could be a game-changer for the region. To that end Governor Hochul is also directing the Port Authority to complete environmental review for the Cross Harbor Rail Freight Tunnel.
  10. The R32s will continue running: https://www.reddit.com/r/nycrail/comments/rn0vzj/official_statement_from_new_york_transit_museum/
  11. According to the VIN, this has a Freightliner MB55 chassis. Could it be something along the line of Hyundai or Isuzu? IMG_8906 by GojiMet86, on Flickr
  12. The first R32 retirement run was a complete shitshow. Among the things: - A map holder and its R32 Retirement poster was stolen. - Rollsigns were changed (obviously without permission). - A window was cracked. - Some guy forced himself into the train and vaped. - People constantly changing cars through the storm doors (the doors in between cars). - A light fixture was broken. - A bench was broken. Because of all this, the 3 PM trip, and all trips after, were cancelled. The MTA crew are now feeling unsafe. https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1472665669040758796 From other sources on Facebook: There's a couple of videos on Twitter and FB of security contracted by the MTA pulling people off the train. The biggest shitshow I've seen by a long mile.
  13. The Caltrain EMU: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=956765631409606&id=210353072717536 Former Amtrak AEM-7 938 in its new Caltrain livery: https://www.facebook.com/caltrain/posts/4910342348975878 https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1470925707438030848
  14. This one is interesting, I wasn't expecting to see MTA Bus get Novas. It does break up the monopoly NFI has with the former Privates.
  15. The R32 is coming back into service for retirement runs! https://www.nytransitmuseum.org/r32/ END OF THE YEAR, END OF AN ERA R-32 FAREWELL TRIP R-32 subway cars are making their final trip, ending 58 years of service in New York City. Please join us to say farewell to this historic fleet. ROUTE & SCHEDULE R-32 Retirement Runs Sundays, 10am to 5pm December 19th and 26th, 2021 and January 2nd, 2022 Final Farewell Run Sunday, January 9th, 2022, 10am – 6:30pm Approximate Schedule for Sundays, December 19th, December 26th and January 2nd: Departs 2nd Avenue Station on the F line at 10am, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm, making all express stops to 145th Street Station on the D line. Departs 145th Street Station on the D line at 11am, 1pm, 3pm, and 5pm, making all express stops to the 2nd Avenue Station on the F line. Approximate Schedule for Final Farewell Runs on Sunday, January 9th: Departs Brighton Beach Station on the Q line at 10am, 12:30pm, 3pm, 5:30pm, making express stops on the Brighton and Broadway Lines to 96th Street Station, via the Manhattan Bridge. Departs 96th Street Station on the Q line at 11am, 1:30, 4pm, 6:30pm, making express stops on the Brighton and Broadway Lines to Brighton Beach Station, via the Manhattan Bridge. Route and schedule subject to change at the discretion of the train crew.
  16. GojiMet86


    It appears some Bombardier HHP-8 will be going back into service as non-functional control units for the Ethan Allen Express. Amtrak has already removed the pantographs from 691 (ex-661).
  17. Unfortunately, I'm just as clueless as you are. Every year, Academy provides carrier information to the WMATC, so you can see all the buses they currently run. However, it hasn't been updated since last year (presumably due to COVID). Usually we just wait for that list to come up. Here's the list of vehicles. Academy files under WMATC numbers 456 and 2520.
  18. $6.9 Billion of Second Avenue subway Phase II. https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-second-ave-subway-tunnel-gov-hochul-20211124-xdwpezc4mjg5hjy23jxjzl5ezi-story.html
  19. A base order of 6 NFI battery-electric XE40 for NICE, with options for up to 30 more. https://www.newflyer.com/2021/11/new-yorks-nice-orders-up-to-36-zero-emission-xcelsior-charge-ng-transit-buses-from-nfis-new-flyer/
  20. I always saw this company in the wiki as a coach company, but I wasn't aware it's also a railroad. So this is a completely different service from GO Transit or VIA Rail?
  21. Looks like the CRLVs are back in service.........for Disney
  22. 3048, 3049, and 3050 are being converted to battery-electric:
  23. This one is operated by a New Jersey jitney company called Express service. It's a Ford E450 chassis. EDIT: It appears to be an Ameritrans 285. Can anyone confirm? IMG_4961 by GojiMet86, on Flickr
  24. I tried to give it a go and see if there was anything. I took a look at the license plates for 4500-4599 to take a look at patterns. 4587 2021 5FYD8FV16MC075546 B 52310 4586 2021 5FYD8FV14MC075545 B 52311 4585 2021 5FYD8FV12MC075544 B 52312 4584 2021 5FYD8FV10MC075543 B 52313 4583 2021 5FYD8FV19MC075542 B 52314 4582 2021 5FYD8FV17MC075541 B 52315 4581 2021 5FYD8FV15MC075540 B 52316 4580 2021 5FYD8FV19MC075539 B 52317 4579 2021 5FYD8FV17MC075538 B 52318 4578 2021 5FYD8FV15MC075537 B 52319 4577 2021 5FYD8FV13MC075536 B 52320 4576 2021 5FYD8FV11MC075535 B 52321 4575 2021 5FYD8FV1XMC075534 B 52322 4588 2021 5FYD8FV18MC075547 B 52323 4589 2021 5FYD8FV1XMC075548 B 52326 4590 2021 5FYD8FV11MC075549 B 52327 4591 2021 5FYD8FV18MC075550 B 52328 4593 2021 5FYD8FV11MC075552 B 52329 4597 2021 5FYD8FV19MC075556 B 52330 4595 2021 5FYD8FV15MC075554 B 52331 4592 2021 5FYD8FV1XMC075551 B 52333 4596 2021 5FYD8FV17MC075555 B 52334 4598 2021 5FYD8FV10MC075557 B 52335 4504 2021 5FYD8FV1XMC075047 B 52352 4505 2021 5FYD8FV11MC075048 B 52353 4507 2021 5FYD8FV1XMC075050 B 52354 4508 2021 5FYD8FV11MC075051 B 52355 4510 2021 5FYD8FV15MC075053 B 52362 The 4590s have license plates are around the same range: B52327 through B52335. B52332 is missing. Typing in B52332 gives me 5FYD8FV13MC075553. That's likely 4594, since MC075552 is 4593 and MC075554 is 4595. Most off the plates B52335, and B52324-B52325, are older buses with new plates. B52356-B52360 are 5537-5541. B52361 just spits out a Ford van. If 4599 was built directly after 4598, then it would most likely be 5FYD8FV12MC075558. I receive no "historical records" on autocheck for MC075558, while if I plug in 5FYD8FV10MC075557 or other 4590s I get multiple records.
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