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  1. TranslinkKid

    Vancouver Special Sightings

    Novas on the 49 were normal back then. It was considered rare when a Nova was out on the 49 on a weekday.
  2. TranslinkKid

    Community Shuttle Retirement/Storage Watch

    I'll be honest here. Nobody is gonna post in this sub lol
  3. Who in the world would get off/on a train there?
  4. TranslinkKid

    New Flyer D40LF Retirement / Storage watch

    Can we stop posting whenever 7115 hasn't been in service for more than a few days?
  5. TranslinkKid

    Collisions and Incidents thread

    Minor incident at SFU involving 16201's right mirror.
  6. Correct me if I'm wrong. I feel like the 15th St hill is a little steeper than Burnaby Mtn Pkwy. People don't need to climb over a concrete barrier at those stops.
  7. TranslinkKid

    Vancouver general sightings and notes

    Surprised they didn't cross it out and write over it with sharpie
  8. TranslinkKid

    Translink Refurbishments

    Does repainting it from the red B-Line livery to the yellow B-Line/Sweep livery not count as a refurb?
  9. TranslinkKid

    2018 Standard 40' Bus Procurement

    Reminds me of the time (about 3 years ago) a ST operator kneeled the bus then deployed the ramp. This caused one end of the ramp to be off the ground.
  10. TranslinkKid

    TransLink Future - Dream's and Aspirations

    Howe/Seymour streets are part of Highway 99. If Howe/Seymour streets are closed to traffic except buses, where will traffic go? Howe/Seymour and Georgia streets are a major connection between Hwy 1/Hwy 99 in West Van and Granville St to Richmond.
  11. TranslinkKid

    TransLink Future - Dream's and Aspirations

    I believe he's talking about the older 2000 D60LF's that were used on the 98 B-Line. The small black box seen above the window near the middle joint was a radio transmitter that sent a signal to upcoming traffic lights that would tell the light to either: stay green until the bus goes through, or shorten the green for cross traffic if the light was red. I believe most of them are either disabled/removed after the cancellation of the 98 B-Line.