TypeRNammer

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  1. This was the best choice in terms of barriers cause of the sliding window and cup holder. The pilot barrier that's on the trolley right now was absolutely garbage, especially during night time. Too much glare from various different lightings. I had that coach once, had to closed for half a trip, then I left it open for the remainder of the evening.
  2. Meanwhile on the east coast, transit users are loving the temporary bus route set up. Verses the street car counterpart which is under construction. http://www.citynews.ca/2017/01/24/queen-west-streetcar-riders-loving-replacement-buses/ But turning the spot light back onto Edmonton, this was one of my favorite articles from before. I mean the headline speaks for it self. http://globalnews.ca/news/2434823/dont-let-idiots-build-your-transit-reporter-rips-into-edmontons-metro-lrt-line/
  3. Because Nova bus....No further explanation required LOL. But if you have a really good eye for detail, the trolley turn single sounds actually synchronize with the Nova's exterior turn signals EDIT: Most trolley buses I meant
  4. This post would have to be deemed as a PREVENTABLE As the operator of this username, he or she could of prevented this by not mentioning roof fairings. But by doing so, it has cause a huge disruption in this forum. Disciplinary action will be discussed with as per MCW Metrobus
  5. Yup did the 41 in a trolley for revenue training, went horribly wrong as I was going west bound getting ready to pass OTC, forgot to coast through the switch, got out move the poles over, and the bus had a fail light, had to be towed back to the yard.
  6. Too bad VTC garage is at 99% capacity, unless some of the Nova's decide to spontaneously combust