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Chris W

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  1. Chris W

    Feature Photo Submissions

    That is a shrunken version of this photo, taken in 2011 by Peter McLaughlin.
  2. Chris W

    Selkirk Transit

    The fact that you had to PM me, post this on my profile and post this comment would annoy anyone. I fixed the error hours ago. It was an honest mistake but it's fixed now.
  3. Retired roster not active

  4. Chris W

    unknown new bus

    A photo would be much appreciated. I can identify the body.
  5. Chris W

    Selkirk Transit

  6. I just changed the roster to include the retirements of both ARBOC buses.
  7. Chris W

    Kenora Transit

    https://www.govdeals.com/index.cfm?fa=Main.Item&itemid=21&acctid=10268#media It would appear as if 1209705 (502) has retired and is for sale.
  8. Chris W

    Welland Transit

    Have the signs been reprogrammed to the 500 series route network yet?
  9. Chris W

    York Region Transit \ Viva

    Do you mean to tell me that people noticed when YRT decided to cut the 52 and 58 and turn them into Dial-A-Rides? Gee. I wonder who saw this coming.
  10. Chris W

    York Region Transit \ Viva

    In York Region? Hmmmm....
  11. Chris W

    Hamilton Street Railway

    That is the plan as they were initially bought to replace the ARBOCs.
  12. Chris W

    Niagara Region Transit

    It's actually 1169, which they have renumbered to fit in the Regional numbering scheme.
  13. Chris W

    Hamilton Street Railway

    Exactly. Although I have seen 1642 on route 99 as recent as last week.
  14. Chris W

    2016 Grande West Vicinitys

    I'm not going to speculate on this until I get official word. However, if they are, in fact, retired, will they get resold to other agencies?
  15. Chris W

    2016 Grande West Vicinitys

    What is it with Calgary and getting rid of buses well before their service life is done. And where will these go if these are, indeed, retired?