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buizelbus

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  1. You can always check TComm (tcomm.bustrainferry.com).
  2. I mean, as mentioned before, the N19 exists. Although it is an extremely small chance.
  3. The 19s are a much smaller order. About half of the original.
  4. That's what I just wrote.
  5. Different voltage, different loading gauge, different propulsion system. Both are 1435mm standard gauge.
  6. Confirmed with photos by a fellow fanner, in the Western Canadian Transit Lounge.
  7. Go over to Victoria. When in use on urban routes, the top deck is often empty. 60 footers are better for urban use. Double decks are inconvenient for a lot of urban trips. If you're just taking the bus 10 stops (local), why would you go on the top deck? And so everyone crowds at the bottom. I'm guessing the BTC renovation, if it's for deckers at all, is for maintenance and fleet overhaul there. Even then, it's not like we have enough for the 257, anyway.
  8. I've been hearing HTC for the 555 everywhere. Don't quote me on that.
  9. Reretired, most likely, though. AC BO means that thing is likely to go out of service.
  10. AC just BOed.... might go back...
  11. They've been testing for the last week - first saw 121/221 on Thursday I believe.
  12. 20km can extend a 41 To Crown to UBC and back. I wouldn't call that a minor detour.
  13. It was a private charter. We went all around the Metro Vancouver region.
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