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    Transit Member Representative from Suburb Area of Southeast PA

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  1. NJ TRANSIT (New Jersey Transit)

    According to one comments posted on of my youtube video (in titled: Exculsive: Krapf's Coach 2016 MCI J4500 #5060 with Detroit Diesel DD13 Engine 4/21/16), and in both wikipedia and cptdb wiki (about nj transit's bus fleet), there were some sources reporting rumors (yet to be confirmed) that NJ Transit 2017 (2018?) MCI D4500CT batch from the 2015 order 17185 (test bus), 18036 and beyond may feature Detroit Diesel DD13 engine. We'll have to wait if there's official video and/or audio recording of those buses equipped with that king of engine. Currently, MCI only offers Cummins engine for its D Series Motorcoach (D4005 and D4505, D4000CT and D4500CT)
  2. Recent pictures from FB The Bus Lounge and PMATS showed that LANTA has recently acquired Gillig Advantage Low Floor CNG buses.
  3. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    According to sources from PMATA FB page, rumors from members say the Xcelsior XDE40 order is coming soon and Victory Depot maybe 1st to get it. And also, the retirement of New Flyer D40LF has begun (pictures from there were shown). So far 2001 D40LF #5409 and #2002 D40LF #5599 has been retired with their fareboxes removed.
  4. PART

    Video of PART's one of the 2 2010 Gillig Advantage Low Floor BRT 35ft 57 seen in action at Philadelphia Premium Outlets. Listen to the ISL9 engine as it accelerates from this great recording!
  5. Krapf's Bus Company

    Krapf's Transit/Rover Transit 2010 and 2012 Van Hool A300L #2915 and #1210 seen at West Chester
  6. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    Various SEPTA New Flyer D40LF and DE40LFR buses seen at West Chester. Trying to get the 2002-2004 D40LF ASAP as they'll be replaced soon with Xcelsior XDE40 are happening soon.
  7. SEPTA (Pennsylvania)

    Various SEPTA Buses, Subways and Regional Rail Trains seen from 5/13/2017
  8. NJ TRANSIT (New Jersey Transit)

    Meanwhile, trying to get as many video of NJ Transit's MCI D4000 as I can from last weekend before they're replaced by new MCI D4500CT One NJ Transit's owned 2017 MCI D4500CT leased to Coach USA Suburban seen in Princeton
  9. New Flyer MiDi

    This is not my picture (courtesy of Warren Crosby). This was in orange and silver paint ex New Flyer Demo before it was repainted into current Phlash color scheme as #1512 Before After
  10. Krapf's Bus Company

    Manage to get a video of new Phlash 2014 New Flyer MiDi MD35 #1512 (former Orange colored New Flyer Demo) at Center city Philadelphia. From exterior
  11. New Flyer MiDi

    Following New Flyer's announcement few days ago that it is transferring production of MiDi buses to Alexander Dennis, looks like SEPTA likely took delivery of one of the last New Flyer Brand MiDi buses between mid 2016 and early 2017 (all early 2016 models). Krapf's also recently took delivery of MiDis, but one 2014 MiDi MD35 likely a former demo in orange and silver color and the other one is brand new 2015 MiDi MD30 model. Not sure if any other transit operators have took any within early 2017
  12. Krapf's Bus Company

    Yep, a great diversity of buses from Xcelsiors, to Van Hools etc. (Currently Van Hool A300L can be found in West Chester and Philly). A quick onboard video of the newest addition to Phlash (Krapf's) Fleet: 2014 New Flyer MiDi MD35 #1512 (Former New Flyer Demo).
  13. Feature Photo Submissions

    SEPTA's new 2016 New Flyer MiDi MD30 at Paoli Station. SEPTA is likely among last transit operators to take delivery of these New Flyer Branded MiDi buses as New Flyer has announced it is transitioning production of medium duty MiDi buses to Alexander Dennis's North American Subsidiary plant in Nappanee, Indiana.
  14. Krapf's Bus Company

    Recently Krapf's have 2 new New Flyer MiDis as seen on PMATS's FB page; both are for Phlash Service. One is #1511 MD30 a 2015 model, and the other is a MD35 (painted in orange color) looks like a former demo unit. Update: as of 4/30/2017: the former Orange and Silver New Flyer MiDi seen in one of the picture is now painted in Phlash Paint Scheme. The 2014 New Flyer MiDi MD35 bus is now numbered as #1512
  15. WMATA Washington

    Here's a better picture of the New Flyer XE40 bus delivered to WMATA from New Flyer's website https://www.newflyer.com/rss/825-new-flyer-electrifies-us-dot’s-earth-day-fair-with-electric-buses