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Zortan

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  1. Can I please get Skagit Transit route 300 'Burlington / Sedro Woolley' - CPTDB Wiki changed to Skagit Transit route 300 'Sedro Woolley' due to a route network change?
  2. Hi, can I please get LINK Transit route 18 'Columbia Station / Wenatchee Valley Mall / Olds Station' - CPTDB Wiki changed to LINK Transit route 18 'Olds Station / East Wenatchee / Wenatchee Valley College' Due to a network change that rerouted the route away from Columbia Station.
  3. According to Kitsap Transit's Draft 2022 TDP, the Arbocs are all retired. Electric Gillig 4000 is now listed in the fleet inventory as well. Interestingly enough, the Commander, Enetai and Solano aren't listed in the fleet inventory.
  4. If you're referring to the photo you sent me, I don't believe that photo meets the standards just on general quality.
  5. That article is from May 30, the current agreement has been signed off on by all parties, I beleive.
  6. Kitsap Transit is trying to work on a new long-range plan, which includes the following: Sunday service, even if new funding is not approved Making hourly routes run every half-hour (4, 5, 9, 20, 24, 26, 221, 223, 225, 235, 237, 332, 334) Introducing three new frequent corridors with service every 10-15 minutes: SR 305, replacing route 390, SR 303, replacing route 217 (and probably also 215 and 301), and Bethel, replacing route 8 Improved on-demand RIDE service, including potential new service areas: Poulsbo East, Bay Vista, McCormick Woods, Tracyton, Newberry Hill A Bremerton - Tacoma express service, serving Bremerton TC, Tacoma Dome Station, Park & Rides within Kitsap County and other potential Pierce County destinations New coverage bus service, with the following new routes (presumably all running all-day): A Bainbridge Island loop, a route from Belfair to West Bremerton, A Kingston - Poulsbo service via Suquamish, Port Orchard - McCormick Woods, Southworth - Port Orchard using the straight Mile Hill routing certain 86 trips use currently, Southworth - Sidney Road Park & Ride via Sedgwick Road, a Silverdale Mall Circulator and a Silverdale Medical Center circulator A potential new ferry route (no further details provided) More details and a survey are available here: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/09da1c685c8c41c7bcc660d3ec232ae3
  7. It was the entire 36, for some reason, but none of the other routes.
  8. 210/211/214 are pick-up only leaving downtown and drop-off only entering downtown. If you're heading to East Van from downtown, you'll probably be best off taking the 4. In the evening, the 209 does make all local stops in both directions, with drop off and pick up service.
  9. Same as why any other agency does - trying to pick a number for a new route that fits into the current numbering system most likely. Plus, if it follows a similar routing to a discontinued route with the same number, it has the added bonus of being recognizable to riders.
  10. In this case, it seems like no news is good news though. I'm just happy not to see big cuts this service change.
  11. I'm doing that right now, it should be updated within a few minutes.
  12. Currently updating the wiki articles with it.
  13. I've been told all sorts of things by operators that weren't happy with what I was doing, but I don't believe any of it is illegal, at least on public property. And I realize that some people don't want their photos on the internet, but I can't let that stop me from pursuing my passion.
  14. I don't believe that there are any legal issues with taking photos. That being said, if you spend enough time doing it you will have operators get frustrated with you. However, you're not doing anything wrong, and there's no requirement that you delete the photo, to the best of my knowledge.
  15. Metro has a large fleet of Gilligs, they just haven't ordered any of the battery buses, so I don't think they're unwilling to order from Gillig. I don't think it's fair to call the Low Floors "smoother" than the Xcelsiors, since that's really a matter of opinion, for example, I view the Xcelsiors as smoother. I think one of the main reasons why Metro went Xcelsior for this initial large order of battery buses is that NFI offers both 40-foot and 60-foot battery buses, while Gillig only offers the 40-foot version, which would mean needing an order for XE60s anyway to fulfill the need for artics.
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