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  1. I had 7020 ex-STM 22-225, not sure if accurate.
  2. Did you manage to get any pictures of "90" or "91" (the older LFS Artics?).
  3. Just for the record, Buff also have a pair of older 2008 LFS Artics (90 and 91), which are the first "production" 3rd generation LFS of any kind.
  4. Great photos of rarely seen buses, thanks! The "fleet numbers" are made up of digits from the license plates. The Artic would be fleet number 27, but I'm not sure how official these are. I don't think the buses are marked in any way.
  5. Nova 18386 currently at Prevost near Quebec City.
  6. It's just weird that they would add a typo that wasn't present in the previous Service Summary. We'll see, by coincidence or design latest deliveries are at 3329.
  7. Why does the latest Service Summary list only 3100-3329 in the current order? Is it a mistake or has there been a change in plans? https://www.ttc.ca/PDF/Transit_Planning/Service_Summary_2018-10-07.pdf
  8. Andru

    CATA (Lansing, MI)

    CATA orders LFS 40- and 60-footers. https://www.masstransitmag.com/press_release/12431109/nova-bus-announces-first-order-from-michigan
  9. Well, there are more Xcelsiors in Quebec than there are LFS' in Manitoba! Buying local is probably encouraged everywhere.
  10. "New" RTC mechanics training bus. Former 0717.
  11. Do you know what are these new buses numbered? 5101-5107 for the artics, 5151-5158 for the 40-footers?
  12. Wow thanks... I didn't know they were building electrics in Plattsburgh now.
  13. They can't possibly have been leasing the Novas for 17 years?
  14. I wonder how Nova will manage to deliver 342 buses by the end of the year. How many buses in the first batch?
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