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Dr. BusFreak

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  1. However, the 41st avenue B-Line is slated to run out of RTC... But, like @Community Shuttle said, I've heard of the 555 being referred to as "RapidBus," so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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    Vancouver: T-Comm "E-Sightings"

    12013 is yet again on track to do an evening 351 and 601. Also, I notice there are no all-day stand-alone 480 blocks anymore. Does this mean we can now expect 60' buses to be running on highway routes to be a regular occurance?
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    Vancouver Special Sightings

    12011 is on a PM Peak 430 rn.
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    2018 Garage Transfers and Storage Reactivations

    7265 to RTC. It was running on a 604, 480 block, but it looks like it BOd lol
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    Vancouver Special Sightings

    Saw 12005 out on a PM rush 430 at Bridgeport Stn
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    Vancouver general sightings and notes

    7418 officially the first 406 in service since 2001 https://tcomm.bustrainferry.com/mobile/bus/7418 16117 the first bus to operate on the 408 https://tcomm.bustrainferry.com/mobile/bus?busId=16117
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    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    https://cptdb.ca/forum/59-applications/
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    2019 Double-Decker bus Procurement

    At the moment, no. Anything beyond what I have already said is unknown.
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    2019 Double-Decker bus Procurement

    Yes.
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    2019 Double-Decker bus Procurement

    Neither Poco or Surrey will be getting any of the double-deckers. RTC will operate the 301 while HTC will take over the 555.
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    2018 Garage Transfers and Storage Reactivations

    Yes. It will be transferred to RTC in September.
  12. I am no expert on this, but I do know they look for people who are friendly, non-confrontational, and most importantly, a safe driver. With CMBC, safety is #1. Customer service, problem solving, avoiding confrontations, the ability to diffuse situations and remain cool-headed at all times are all very important. I cannot comment any further, as I simply do not know enough on the subject, but I hope my answer is enough for you to get an understanding what they're looking for. Good luck!
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    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    18301: Pictures are from Discord.
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    Transit Pet Peeves

    My biggest transit peeve by far is when there is a queue, and then comes along some entitled asshole who budges in line making themselves first, even though they really should be last in line. And the surprising thing is, most people don't say anything when they see that happen.
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