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  1. I'm looking at the Van Hool A300L FC section. FC4 to FC16 are 2010 units, but it says FC13 was bought in 2015. So did AC Transit just skip over the number 13 originally or something?
  2. An interior photo. There's also the Commuter. https://hometown-mfg.com/buses/commuter
  3. A Cait Sith photo from the forums. 2000 has entered service.
  4. The R211 on the move: First of New R211 Subway Cars Arrive for Testing by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr First of New R211 Subway Cars Arrive for Testing by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr First of New R211 Subway Cars Arrive for Testing by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr First of New R211 Subway Cars Arrive for Testing by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr First of New R211 Subway Cars Arrive for Testing by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr
  5. Miami will acquire 42 Proterra ZX5+ buses, along with 75 Proterra chargers. https://www.proterra.com/press-release/miami-fleet-electrification/ Proterra and Miami-Dade County Announce Landmark EV Technology Project for Fleet Electrification June 22, 2021 Miami-Dade to install one of the largest fleet charging systems in the U.S. with 75 Proterra chargers across three bus depots Miami-Dade’s purchase of 42 Proterra electric transit buses brings its fleet to 75 Proterra buses With 19 megawatt hours of battery storage capacity and nine megawatts of EV charging power, the project demonstrates Proterra’s ability to offer full fleet electrification technology solutions to commercial vehicle customers Miami – Proterra Inc (NASDAQ: PTRA) (“Proterra” or “the Company”), a leading innovator in commercial vehicle electrification technology, and Miami-Dade County today announced a landmark fleet electrification project with the County acquiring 42 Proterra ZX5+ electric transit buses, featuring a total of 19 megawatt hours of battery storage capacity, along with plans to install 75 Proterra chargers across three bus depots. The first electric buses are slated to be delivered in 2022. Today’s announcement builds on Miami’s commitment to transportation electrification by expanding its fleet to include an additional 42 buses – bringing the total to 75 electric transit buses from Proterra, one of the largest fleets of 40-foot electric transit buses in the United States. At nine megawatts of power, the project is also one of the largest fleet charging installations in North America. The partnership demonstrates Proterra’s ability to deliver a comprehensive, full scale deployment of commercial electric vehicle fleets with its EV technology solutions. This includes Proterra’s industry-leading commercial vehicle battery systems, electric transit buses, and fleet charging infrastructure. “Miami-Dade County has long been a leader in advancing forward-looking clean technology solutions. We are delighted to build on our partnership together and drive the county’s switch to zero-emission, electric transportation with our EV technology,” said Jack Allen, Proterra CEO. “This is a major step forward in Miami-Dade County’s commitment to incorporate clean, renewable energy to protect our environment and offer better transportation options,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. “With these new electric buses, Miami-Dade will lead the way with the largest sustainable transportation fleet in Florida and one of the largest in the nation.”
  6. I wonder if it's a combination of the 0600 and 88## (former Atlantic City units).
  7. Photo from a FB group. No, I don't know the status of the buses.
  8. The first 2 Gilligs are now on property. https://www.instagram.com/p/CPeEa-3Hdmb/
  9. The MTA will be increasing the number of the electric bus purchase from 45 to 60: https://www.amny.com/transit/mta-says-45-to-60-more-buses-in-recent-procurement-will-be-zero-emissions/amp/
  10. The following buses are up for auction: 1700 1702 1706 1738 1743 1746 1747 1749 1750 1760 1774 1780 1796 https://www.nyctransitforums.com/topic/55859-next-set-of-auctions-for-nice-are-running/ https://www.auctionsinternational.com/auction/nassau-county-mta-ny25061-25061
  11. They're not being retired; per the source, they're being sent to MTA Bus for revenue service. Everytime they move buses between Transit and MTA Bus, they have to switch out the fareboxes. Everyone, including myself, thought they were being retired, but it appears that is not the case.
  12. So it looks like 2216, 2218, 2221, 2222, 2226, and 2227 have had their fareboxes removed...... Because apparently, they will actually be entering service with MTA Bus!
  13. NICE is requesting bids for 6 electric buses. https://www.nicebus.com/About-NICE/Procurement
  14. Back in April, the C train went scheduled to go to the Bronx for the first time since 1998. It was also the first time the C used the R68 in regular service (outside of a rare one-off). IMG_8420 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8424 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8426 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8427 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8444 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8460 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8484 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8496 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8511 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8514 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8579 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8581 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8593 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8595 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8597 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8630 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8638 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8652 by GojiMet86, on Flickr IMG_8654 by GojiMet86, on Flickr
  15. SEPTA is starting a bus network redesign: https://whyy.org/articles/we-need-to-adapt-septa-launches-25-million-bus-system-redesign/
  16. Public hearings for the Red Line extension: https://www.transitchicago.com/RLE/ https://www.transitchicago.com/redext/tsd/
  17. Checked Transloc right now. Turns out they are still running, along with the other TransExpress buses. https://bny.transloc.com/
  18. Photo courtesy of Steve Souza: A new Gillig in California.
  19. https://www.newsday.com/long-island/transportation/electric-powered-trains-lirr-1.50217680 LIRR Diesel Regions Map by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr LIRR to Test Electric Railcars on Diesel Branches by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr LIRR to Test Electric Railcars on Diesel Branches by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr LIRR to Test Electric Railcars on Diesel Branches by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr
  20. https://www.newsday.com/long-island/transportation/electric-powered-trains-lirr-1.50217680 LIRR Diesel Regions Map by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr LIRR to Test Electric Railcars on Diesel Branches by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr LIRR to Test Electric Railcars on Diesel Branches by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr LIRR to Test Electric Railcars on Diesel Branches by Metropolitan Transportation Authority of the State of New York, on Flickr
  21. Market Street garage will be renovated: https://www.nj.com/news/2021/03/120-year-old-nj-transit-bus-garage-to-get-a-makeover-and-addition.html
  22. The final EIS report for LGA Access has been released: https://www.lgaaccesseis.com/ https://www.lgaaccesseis.com/final-eis-document The relevant N/W Astoria line alternatives and why they were rejected: http://ricondoprojects.com/LGAAccess/final/5-LGA_Final EIS_02_Alternatives_20210312.pdf
  23. Hmmm, they have supplied buses to Suffolk County, and they will actually deliver buses to Nassau County. It's not the MTA, but technically it is New York and technically it is transit. As for WMATA, they delivered 20 buses, all in the late 1980s. BUT they put the same customers down in the New Flyer powerpoint, and those make more sense (MTA, WMATA, SD, LV, and MN all have XD60s) so someone forgot to change the slide.
  24. The Final EIS for the Glassboro-Camden line has been released. It's expected to be a DMU light rail operated by NJT, similar to the Riverline: http://glassborocamdenline.com/post/final_eis_document
  25. It's a little confusing. They definitely, for sure, considered having one fleet for all lines. But this other page suggests they will be separate: http://www.riderta.com/pillarstudies#railcar Or maybe it's the other way around. They considered two separate fleets, but now it will be just one car?...
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