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FlyingPig

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  1. FlyingPig

    2018 60' Articulated Bus Order

    Ok, thanks.
  2. FlyingPig

    2018 60' Articulated Bus Order

    Ok, so there are 30 buses to be wrapped, with five different liveries. Six have come into service with the first one, so I'm guessing as soon as 18007 comes in it will have the next one?
  3. FlyingPig

    2001 Orion 5 Retirement

    Make sure 9276 isn't italicized, it's part of the 2001 order.
  4. FlyingPig

    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    18386 in service this morning on the 41. 18342 in service this morning on the 25.
  5. FlyingPig

    2018 60' Articulated Bus Order

    18006 in service on the 95 today.
  6. FlyingPig

    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    18162 is in service this afternoon on a 312/340. The Surrey order is done!
  7. FlyingPig

    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    18337 has been in service since December 17th.
  8. FlyingPig

    2001 Orion 5 Retirement

    Whelp. There's only so much we can do.
  9. FlyingPig

    Community Shuttle Retirement/Storage Watch

    Oh. Is the wheelchair ramp secured better? In my experience that's the thing that causes the most rattling. The bars and glass panels do shake a little, but it's really the ramp that's the worst.
  10. FlyingPig

    2001 Orion 5 Retirement

    A minor issue, but can someone change the name of this thread to Orion V Retirement? I feel like '5' doesn't do justice to this bus.
  11. FlyingPig

    Community Shuttle Retirement/Storage Watch

    Yup. Ever try riding on a rattling Girardin on the express portion of the 337, Saturday, Sunday and holidays?
  12. FlyingPig

    West Vancouver Blue Bus

    18507 is in service today. The order is complete.
  13. FlyingPig

    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    18326 starts today on the 33/41.
  14. FlyingPig

    New Flyer D40LF Retirement / Storage watch

    Yeah. In the splintered state that the side is in, it would probably be easier to replace the whole wall than to try and replace the damaged section, which kinda looks like fourteen zigzag lines to me.
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