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    RTC of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas)

    994 in service on SX-B this evening (4/1). Only 949-998 series Nabi seen in service in two months. Only 838 and 841 of series 830-844 seen recently.
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    RTC of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas)

    Low 800's died around January 2019. Saw one in December 2018 on 109, never saw one again. 18700's replaced them. Oldest buses now are 300's on WAX and on various residential routes at random. Due to interlining, you can see almost anything anywhere, such as a 17700 on the 214 last Sunday evening.
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    Ozark Regional Transit (Springdale, Arkansas)

    What got roasted? Mostly cutaways? Looks like one MCI coach. Did they have any more MCI's or any other "real" buses?
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    Chicago Transit Authority

    CTA never had a cng. PACE has them only at south division (Markham). CTA has lots of hybrid artics (4000-4207, 4300-4332) but only had 20 DE40LF's (800-809, 900-909) and only one has been in service almost a year now - 804. They tried three fuel cell buses years ago - 5900-5902, but they have been rotting in the scrap line for nearly a decade now. Two battery electrics - 700-701 - both had fires and are back at NFIL for rebuild-upgrade.
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    PACE Chicago additiond

    If chassis listed first then bodies, the community buses are reversed. Chevy Express chassis, Champion Crusader bodies.
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    PACE Chicago additiond

    When will this get added to the wiki??
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    RTC of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas)

    CityRide was run by the city directly. Originally used faux trolleys. There is apparently a successor service run by a contractor with cutaways that runs a loop between Stewart and Charleston. Also, there were 6, not 4 ElDorados for CityRide, though only 3 were used on any given day. Also, CAT had 20 similar EDN's 351-370 used on lighter routes out of Tompkins garage.
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    PACE Chicago additiond

    Paratransit changes: 5130-5275 group retired except 5240 still active for some reason Additions - all Ford/El Dorado: 16001-16050 2016 17001-17120 2017 18001-18012,18014-18029 2018 Add an additional group of vehicles known as "community vans" - smaller vans used by towns and organizations for local shuttles: All are Champion Crusader bodies on Chevy Express chassis: 7021-7048 2007 7049-7073 2009 7074-7081 2012 14400-14419 2014 (above all retired) 16400-16434 2016 18400-18402 2018 Also, Woodfield trolleys 1-7 are actually 1941-1947 though only 1-7 are on exterior. These are gone, replaced by 8624-8630
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    PACE Chicago additiond

    Add to roster: 6700-6712, 6714-6785 2017 EDN Axxess 40 6972-6979 2017 MCI D4000CT 8624-8630 2017 EDN Axxess Trolley 17500-17512,17514-17591 2017 EDN Axxess 40 CNG 18500-18510 2018 EDN Axxess 40 CNG
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    Chicago Transit Authority

    These 25 are part of the same order as 7900-8324. Not sure why these came almost a year later. Probably money availability.
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    Chicago

    Add 8325-8349 2018 Nova LFS delivered 12/18
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    Chicago Transit Authority

    Last 25 Novas of 450 bus order (8325-8349) being delivered last week of 2018.
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    MTA NYCT Subway/Bus discussion

    Any idea if the vacant numbers in the 110-139 series will eventually be filled, or were these buses that were retired instead?
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    MTA NYCT Subway/Bus discussion

    So I will assume whoever id putting this stuff out on "Fandom" is full of it and can be ignored. Thank you for clearing this up.
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    MTA NYCT Subway/Bus discussion

    Maybe I am no making myself clear. I am asking about the two specific things listed above. Was this real or not? I understand about 6360-6364. I strongly suspect the two things mentioned above never actually happened, but I want to be sure as they don't really make sense.
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