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    2001 Orion V Retirement

    I'll remember to take pics the next time I see that.
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    2001 Orion V Retirement

    I just saw 9226 on the side of the road with parts of its engine laying on the road surrounded by fire engines at Fraser highway and 216th. Did not take a picture. It is safe to say that coach is done.
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    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    I thought Hamilton would just fill up with Nova Bus HEVs instead of Surrey taking them as they know how to deal with them.
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    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    Im pretty sure Surrey will be taking more XN40s as they are not equiped to/ refuse to take anything other than New Flyer. (I have talked to some Surrey operators on my travels.) Case in point, their general distaste towards the Orions and the favour they show towards the New Flyer. I believe Hamilton will take the reminant amount of the XN40 order.
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    New Flyer D40LF Retirement / Storage watch

    I just saw 7311 sitting at the abc recyling yard in surrey.
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    2019 Garage Transfers

    Correct me if i am wrong but I saw 7308 running Hamilton routes such as the 100 and the n19.
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    CP Power

    I'm thinking this will be done on an as needed basis much like the gp20c eco order?
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    New Flyer D40LF Retirement / Storage watch

    I have a question on how they retire buses. While I was walking by Hamilton garage, I saw that one of the buses in the bad order line (7282) had a yellow card in the window. The last bus I saw with that card in the window was 3285? I believe that was listed on the wiki as retired 2016. I'm just wondering if the yellow card means that the bus is pegged for retirement.
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    Translink Fleet-Model Allocation Archive

    just so you all are aware, s336 s353 and s372 are now in port coquitlam
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