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  1. Anaheim Resort Transit, the transit provider of the anaheim, and disneyland resorts! ART has recently orded K11M's, my PFP is actually #6003. I was surprised when i saw it
  2. I didn't think there was a topic for the ENC Axesss BRT. So, here it is. And, here are some of my pictures! UTK Transit 2013 ENC Axesss BRT #4237
  3. Emory University in Atlanta, GA has a fairly sizable campus shuttle system that serves it's main campus and hospital facilities. The system is comprised of about 20 different routes, although some are special services which only run during select periods. The shuttles are operated and presumably owned by First Transit. The fleet consists largely of ElDorado National EZ Rider II BRT 30' units, some 35', small cutaways, and at least one Axess 40'. The Axess is completely white with only the Emory logo on each side, so I'm not sure if it's just an older unit, or recently acquired used or transferred. The cutaway pictured was the only one I spotted, but I'm guessing there are others for late night services and dial-a-ride. The shuttles serve designated stops on campus as marked with Emory Cliff bus stop signs. From what I can tell the system is officially known as Cliff Shuttle, but 'Cliff' is not really noted aside from some references on the shuttle info. pages, and an emblem on the bus stop signs and side of each bus. For information on the system visit the Emory shuttle information page: http://transportation.emory.edu/shuttles/index.html
  4. General discussion about any of the popular chassis and cabs used by cutaway transit buses, shuttle buses, or motorcoaches: Ford E-Series, Ford Transit, Ford Super Duty, Chevy Express, Freightliner etc. I'll start off with the 2017 Ford Super Duty. For 2016 and before, the Super Duty cab chassis variants (including buses) have been stuck at 300hp and 660lb*ft for the 6.7 diesel, while the pickup version's torque and horsepower have continued to increase. However, for 2017, the all new Super Duty will be revealed, and Ford claims upgraded powertrains for both the pickup and chassis cab. Ford's Super Duty is very popular with cutaways; for example, the Eldorado Aero Elite. The Super Duty chassis already makes for a very powerful bus, so it would be exciting seeing an even more powerful chassis.
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