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Taylorover9001

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    Winnipeg, Manitoba
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    Buses, especially New Flyer. The D40(HF), and D901A are my favourite New Flyers. I also like the MCI TC40-102N Classic, and GMD T6H-4521. I like the Detroit Diesel S50, 6V71N and 6V92TA engines.

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    Winnipeg Transit and area

    It's Winnipeg Transit. They'll probably just leave it as is, lol.
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    Winnipeg Transit 300-369 (2018 XD40)

    Well, physically I would expect the bus to be built and ready. Of course they have to test the bus and make sure it works, maybe make minor changes, but other than that I would expect the bus to be built.
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    Southwest Transitway Rapid Transit Project

    So that big road that they built and are building is nothing? A glimpse of the western CN Letellier Subdivision rail bridge over the RT construction just west of Pembina. And a look of the bridge over the CN Letellier Subdivision and spurs by Chevrier.
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    Winnipeg Transit 300-369 (2018 XD40)

    If the bus is built, wouldn't it be ready?
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    Emergency Services in Manitoba

    The MIRV 2007 ElDorado Axess bus on Pembina Highway on June 6th 2018. Driving normally, no sirens or lights.
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    Southwest Transitway Rapid Transit Project

    Upper part of the pedestrian bridge over Bishop Grandin today. For the rapid transit that already exists, the RT buses are almost always jam-packed during the day, due to the U of M. I wouldn't be surprised if this fact stays true. Not sure how many people will get on or off at intermediate stops, but I guarantee the buses will be packed, mostly with U of M students. I wouldn't be surprised if people go from 78 to RT and vice versa. And don't forget, those houses you see down there, they're not just for show. People do live in them. People will go from those houses to the RT and vice versa. Winnipeg is continuing to expand, so is Winnipeg Transit. I'm not necessarily defending the RT, but people will be riding the RT buses down there. I'm not an expert on this subject, but I do have eyeballs and a brain. One more thing, RT buses don't have to stay on the RT. I assume some buses will go up Chancellor Dr.
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    Winnipeg Transit Orange D30LF Watch

    As most people here from Winnipeg probably know, almost all of Winnipeg Transit's buses are now in white, with a thin strip of colour along the bottom. Only a relatively small amount of 2001 D30LF buses are still in orange. I wouldn't be surprised if they are repainted in the near future, so I decided to create this topic to discuss which ones are and aren't still in orange, and to give notice on when they do get repainted. (The range of buses is Winnipeg Transit 930 to 949) Today I saw #938, which is still in orange. I've also seen #932, #933, #935, and #945 (Downtown Spirit Nose) in orange this month.
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