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    Cape Breton Transit

    Unless those become 7107 and 7108, with the old DRT buses moving up to 7112 and 7113. I'm assuming those are 2019s?
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    Charlottetown Transit

    I'm assuming so, I was just saying I haven't seen it active recently, which would make sense if it's undergoing major repairs.
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    Charlottetown Transit

    Looks like the 3 additional buses are to let them hold on until the fleet gets new buses (unless this is talking about getting ANOTHER 3 buses): https://www.theguardian.pe.ca/news/local/band-aid-solution-for-peis-transit-system-291665/ Current breakdown of these buses seems to be as follows: 60 and 67 are used for peak and a lunchtime run 63 is peak only 61, 62, 64, 65, 68, and 71 are used all day (not evening) 66 is used for the afternoon peak and evening service 72, 73, and 74 sometimes replace 61, 62, and 68 70 is a spare 69 (The Zhong Tong bus) isn't really in active service at this point
  4. Yep. Also missed was that Codiac bought 10 used Classics in 2008 (whoops)
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    Charlottetown Transit

    It's been used occasionally, but hasn't really been used much. I thought it was weird, but that explanation makes sense
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    Charlottetown Transit

    Are the only buses that T3 has active in their fleet now their purchases from Calgary and the old demo (bus #s 60-74)?
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    Codiac Transit

    I've not seen it in person, but I'm assuming it's an LFS, matching the rest of their fleet.
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    Codiac Transit

    Codiac is getting some more buses; 818 hit the road this morning (with the tracker from 516)
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    New and retired vehicles of 2018

    NB update: Codiac Transpo: NEW: 831 (Nova Bus LTS) Retired: 530; 430 was already retired, not sure why it's still in the active list. Fredericton Transit: NEW: 8181, 8182, 8183, 8184 Retired: 8991, 8992, 8041, 8042 (latter two sold to Transit Cape Breton) Saint John Transit: NEW: 38888 - 38899 Retired: 52930, 48239, 48543, 32754 for sure, possibly others
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    Saint John NB Transit

    A couple of other buses that I wouldn't be surprised to see as retired would be 41252 and 42458 (both of which are old demos and nextbus seems to no longer have a listing for); this would mean that the only demos left in the Saint John transit fleet (assuming the accuracy of my above guess) would be 43253 and the two artics (neither of which have been used recently)
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    Cape Breton Transit

    The one from Barrie is likely 68506; on the GovDeals site, the username pieces visible are the same as what was listed for 69007 and 69107, while the winning bidders for the other 3 68-series Barrie buses are completely different.
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    Saint John NB Transit

    As an update to that post, all 12 new LFSes are in service, numbered 38888-38899.
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    Société de transport de Montréal

    I'm assuming it's a REST API of some sort?
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    Cape Breton Transit

    Any word on what they'll be renumbered to?
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    Codiac Transit

    Looks like Riverview has a new bus now, 831. Might mean there's a few more buses for Moncton coming soon as well
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