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  1. I didn't make the page, so I'm not sure if it's my place to say, but I would be in support of it. I've created/added to articles like the NJT MCI one before, and the method you mention seems a lot cleaner and more organized than pushing all the information into one big article. Anyway, can someone make a redirect for DASH (Alexandria Transit Company) 601-611 to DASH (Alexandria Transit Company) 601-614? MetrolinerXLZ added a couple more Ex-BeeLine buses to the roster (I can say their info is credible because they are working for DASH), and I saw photos of 613 earlier today in a Facebook group.
  2. Hello, Can I request a redirect for New Jersey Transit 16001-16002, 17001- to New Jersey Transit 16001-16003, 17001-17240, 18001-18129, 19001-19184? Or would it make sense to wait until the order is finished to create a redirect?
  3. A friend of mine who works for Connecticut Transit in Hartford says that it was annoying to call for contractor-operated buses (I guess A14 or A8 can sound like various things over telephone or radio) , and so contractor buses (from this order onward) will be numbered in the 8000 range.
  4. Added the information. Unsure of how the cutaways are formatted, so give a holler if there's an error.
  5. I guess that makes sense. Thank you for your response.
  6. I was looking on the SF Muni page, and had found that their AN440 had B500R transmissions. I did some more looking, and many other AN440s and AN440LFs had this same configuration. Does anyone know why they would be configured B500Rs, when other companies such as the Los Angeles MTA and Boston's MBTA (as well as Paul Revere Transp.) have found B400R transmissions sufficient?
  7. Is it possible to make a redirect from King County Metro Transit 7301-7439 to King County Metro Transit 7301-7429? I suppose the range was miscalculated by someone, and the page with up to 7439 is still being updated when it shouldn't.
  8. I've added the information about the hybrids, but until it is confirmed, the diesels cannot be added.
  9. I see. I will keep that in mind. And thank you.
  10. Hi, Can someone delete this page: https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Metropolitan_Atlanta_Rapid_Transit_Authority_1801-1855 Or create a redirect to https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Metropolitan_Atlanta_Rapid_Transit_Authority_1801-1885 ?
  11. I mean if the wiki should also have pages for most (if not all) routes within a system, i.e. pages for every route from MBTA in Boston, or pages for every route from all Los Angeles-area companies, if that make sense.
  12. From the day I joined the CPTDB to now, one thing I haven't understood is why pages for individual routes were created. Transit authorities/companies already have detailed information kept on their schedules/websites, so I thought that level of detail on this forum was extraneous. Could someone better explain why there are pages for routes within one given system? And can this level of detail be applied to all other pages?
  13. You went too, eh? Nice! I rode it on Saturday. I thought about going today just for those shuttle buses (maybe they would bring in some recently decommissioned MCI or the reserve 400s ^-^). I thought Saturday was bad. The Amtrak shuttles had to turn people away at some stations, and the A/C on some of the ex-MBTA cars went out on Saturday. Until I heard what happened today, that is. As expected, some people were confused on why the bathrooms were locked.
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