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  1. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    Miami Dade transit

    And don't forget to edit the power trains for Miami-Dade Transit Buses #10101-10105 series 2010 Gillig BRT HEV 40' were equipped with Cummins ISB6.7 with Allison H 40 EP Hybrid System #12301-12303 series 2012 Gillig BRT 30' diesel equipped with single door : #12301-12302 were used for South Beach Local and #12303 were used for Cutler Bay Service. They were equipped with Cummins ISL9 and Voith D864.5 #14101-14130 Series 2014 Gillig BRT HEV 40' were equipped with Cummins ISB6.7 with Allison H 40 EP Hybrid System #14131-14135 series 2014 Gillig BRT Diesel were equipped with Cummins ISL9 and Voith D864.5 Transmissions #18101-18290 series 2018 New Flyer XN40s were equipped with Cummins Westport L9N engines with Allison B400R transmissions #19101-19111 series 2019 New Flyer XN40s were equipped with Cummins Westport L9N engines with Allison B400R transmissions while #19112-19290 were equipped with the Voith D864.6 Transmissions Also The 181 2019 Gillig BRT Plus CNG # 19234-19484 will be equipped with Cummins Westport L9N and Voith D864.6 Transmissions expected to be delivered this September or October of this year. Retired Section #06301-06375 series 2006-07 Optima Opus were Retired in November 2017. 06371 was the last unit to retire on November 17th, 2017 Miami-Dade Transit #9801 was a 1998 NABI 40-LFW.02 model while #9802-9819 were 1999 units were Retired in 2009-10 #9701-9750 series 1998 NABI 416.11 were the last high floor Buses to be retired in 2009-10 and regarded as the Hail Mary buses with those brakes they had. Making Miami-Dade Transit with the exception of the 67series buses an Low-Floor fleet These photos goes to the perspective owners feel free to use the pictures to add on to the roster or if you need them and are sucribed to Facebook groups The Bus Lounge or South Florida Transit take them to use with credit towards John Gamble as always have a great night 
  2. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    Miami Dade transit

    Can you please edit the roster for Miami-Dade Transit #18101-18290 2018 New Flyer XN40s were delivered and #19101-19210 were in the process of delivery And 2019 181 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40' were expected to be delivered this September or October Photo goes to the perspective owner https://www.facebook.com/MetroDade/posts/1241307706024106
  3. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    Hillsborough Area Regional Transit

    And for the Retired Roster Needs to be updated from Wikipedia in fleetNotes 1971–1974Flxible New Look 121-154,221-245351981–199348These buses were among HART's initial fleet, given by the city of Tampa, when the agency was formed in 1981. Numbers 130,140,150,160,222,230,233,240,244 not used.1974GMC New Look 246-248;097-099351981–19936These buses were among HART's initial fleet, given by the city of Tampa, when the agency was formed in 1981. Some of these buses were used for a Tampa-St Pete shuttle experiment by the state of Florida, the others were acquired second-hand by HART from the Florida Department of Transportation in the early 1980s..1978GMC RTS 35FT 249-269351981–199317These buses were among HART's initial fleet, given by the city of Tampa, when the agency was formed in 1981. Numbers 250,255,260,266 not used.1982Flxible Metro (870) 40FT 111,112,215-219,271-309401982–199440HART purchased these buses in 1981 to expand its initial fleet. Numbers 277,280,288,290,299,300 not used.1983–1985Flxible Metro 35FT 113-115,171-199,351-379351983-1995/96/9757HART purchased these buses in 1981 to expand its initial fleet. These buses were replaced by Gillig Phantom buses, beginning in 1996. Numbers 180,190,360,370 not used.1983–1985Flxible Metro 40FT 311-319,321-326,341-346401983-1995/96/9721HART purchased these buses in 1981 to expand its initial fleet. These buses were replaced by Gillig Phantom buses, beginning in 1996.1986/1987GMC RTS 40FT 221-235,401-420401986–199935HART purchased these buses between 1986 and 1987 to further expand its fleet. They were later replaced by Gillig Low Floor models. 200's model T80606, 400's model T80604.1988/1989Flxible Metro 40FT 121-140401988–200120Twenty of these buses were ordered in the late 1988-89 time frame and were later replaced by Gillig Low Floor models.1996/1997Gillig Phantom 601-610, 701-72730/351996/97-200937The Gillig Phantom bus fleet replaced the early 1980s models of Flxible Metro buses, as well as other older models. HART purchased 10 30-foot models in 1996, followed by 27 35-foot models in 1997. In 2007, the authority began phasing out all but three of the 30-foot (9.1 m) models. The remaining models continued to run on lower frequency routes. HART retired the remaining 30 and 35-foot (11 m) models in August 2009 in favor of 40-foot (12 m) Gillig Low Floor models (29XX buses), with the final nine (703, 708, 711, 713, 717, 720, 723, 725, and 726) being retired in late September.1998Optima American Heritage Streetcar 801-802281999–20072HART used trolley type buses around downtown Tampa on more than one occasion. The most recent retired trolley fleet was acquired in 1999 from Optima Bus Corporation. These buses were retired after HART purchased a small fleet of replica trolleys from Gillig Corporation. 1999Gillig Low Floor35FT 901-917351999–201217These buses ran in the HART system from 1999 through 2012. Although some buses had an interior refurbishment, high maintenance costs forced HART to retire them as well. There are no immediate plans to replace this fleet due to a lack of funding.2000Gillig Low Floor 29FT 2001–2017292000–201217These buses ran in the HART system from 2000 through 2011. HART originally had plans to keep these buses in a contingency fleet, but those plans were scrapped after a sales tax referendum failed in November 2010. #2015 was rebranded and placed back into service in August 2008 (due to a period extended downtime). #2005 was rebranded and placed back into service as of April, 2010. These two buses were retired in early 2012 due to high maintenance costs. There are no immediate plans to replace this fleet due to a lack of funding.2001Champion T300 27FT 52XX - 55XX272008–201012HART acquired 12 of these buses from Dallas Area Rapid Transit in Dallas, Texas, in 2008 as part of their contingency fleet during fleet rebranding. These buses have since been retired in favor of 40-foot (12 m)Gillig Low Floor models (10XX buses).2001Gillig Low Floor 40FT 2101–2123402001-201623All buses, except #2106, were retired as of October, 2015. #2106 was decommissioned from revenue service as of 7/5/16, replaced by #1601.2002Gillig Low Floor 40FT 2201–2210402002-201610All buses, except #2210, were retired as of October, 2015. #2210 was decommissioned from revenue service as of 8/16/16, replaced by #1602.2002Gillig Low Floor 29FT 2215–2229292002-201515All buses have been retired (replaced by the 1500s)2003Gillig Low Floor 40FT 2315-2327402003-201612All buses, except #'s 2325 and 2327 were retired as of October 29, 2016. Replaced by #'s 1603 through 1613. The remaining units were replaced by #'s 1701 and 1702.2003Gillig Low Floor29FT 2301–2310292003-201710All buses have been retired (replaced by the 1600s & 1700s)2003Gillig Low Floor 40FT 2315–2327402003-20172All buses have been retired (replaced by the 1600s & 1700s)2004Gillig Low Floor 40FT 2401–2419402004-201718All buses have been retired (replaced by the 1700s)2004Gillig Low Floor HEV (Hybrid Electric Vehicle) 40FT 2425–2427402004-20173 All buses have been retired (replaced by the 1700s)
  4. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    Miami-Dade Transit Discussion

    As of March 2019 , Miami Dade Transit has over 200 of 300 new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses driving around our County! The remainder of the new CNGs are expected to be delivered by the end of the year including 2019 181 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40' #. 19234-19484 Miami dade transit #18101-18290 were delivered and #19101-19210 were in the process of delivery. These photos goes to the perspective owner of Flickr. And here's the 2019 Fleet Roster Update for Miami-Dade Transit by the perspective owner of Facebook. 2010 Hybrid NABI these were one of the first Hybrid buses to be procured and assigned to Miami-Dade Transit’s Central Division all 13 buses have been reassigned to Northeast Division due to Newer buses using Alternative Fuels such as CNG Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works Soon to be retired equipment. CWD 🚌 09985 🚌 09990 🚌 02006 🚌 03155 🚌 04209 NED 🚌 02154 🚌 05119 🚌 05136 🚌 06704
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    Delete / Remove Account

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  6. Can you update Miami-Dade Transit Fleet Roster for CPTDB Wiki please? 

     

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  7. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    The New CPTDB Forum and Wiki

    Which page
  8. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    The New CPTDB Forum and Wiki

    How do you edit Miami-Dade Transit Fleet Roster for CPTDB Wiki?
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    Username Change

    Can you Change my username to Mitsubishi Fuso 6512? Thanks
  10. Mitsubishi Fuso 6512

    Miami Dade Transit

    Soon converting NABI 40-LFW Buses to CNG by mid next year in 2018 for Miami
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