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While returning from Winnipeg I had the chance to stop in Grand Forks, North Dakota to check out their transit system. Cities Area Transit, or CAT, serves Grand Forks with a fleet of roughly a dozen or so fixed-route buses. One bus, 114, is operated on behalf of East Grand Forks, MN and used exclusively on the EGF route. CAT runs a basic hub system with Columbia Mall and the downtown Metro Transit Center serving as the two main transfer points. The CAT fleet consists of four 2010 New Flyer units, two hybrid DE35LFR, 103-104, and two D35LFR, 105-106. 2003 Gillig LF 29', 31, 2004 Gillig LF 29', 42, 2009 ARBOC 91, 2011 ARBOC 112, 2011 Ford/Goshen 113, and EGF ARBOC 114. Recently retired units are 974-977, New Flyer D35LF. 974 was sitting outside the garage, allegedly it was sold back in 2011 according to their TDP so I'm not sure what the deal is with it. Here are some photos of their fleet, as well as their transfer center and a bus stop sign:
Been awhile. Today I took a trip to Middletown. A rather long one being that I took the only local service bus down there, the 55. I wanted to check it out since more territory is being explored in CT as of late MAT #2216 on the A by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr MAT #2218 on the M-Link by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr MAT #2218 on the M-Link by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr MAT Info by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr MAT #2217 by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr MAT #2219 on the B by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr MAT Info by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr I hope you enjoyed
A page for the HART system of Connecticut. 2001 Orion 05.503 #307 is now with Guatemala's Transurbano system.