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  1. Hello all, Looking into taking Amtrak sleeper service both trips on the following routes soon: Deland (DLD) to New York Penn (NYP), NYP to DLD. Anyone have thoughts on the Viewliner Silver Service sleeper service? My trip would consist as this: Deland (DLD) to New York Penn (NYP) / MTA LIRR Hungtinton Branch | Vice Versa
  2. So recently 2 companies From the world of communists and goods have hit the block and that is BYD for electric buses and CRRC for the traditional culture of rail commuters and I think these 2 are crap! So I am interested to hear what people of think of CRRC and of course BYD
  3. Decided to make a thread for any MTA changes. Orion VII CNG #7560 is no longer retired and is back in service (currently on the B16).
  4. Because there were so many buses part of the MTA, we need to organize the entire roster based on the years they were acquired. It's so difficult to go through a roster that big. For example, all buses acquired between 1980-1989 will have the Grummans, GMC and TMC RTS buses, Blitz Fishbowls, and MC-8s. I'll begin work on it by doing the 1960s era buses first. As more buses are retired from the MTA, it's now or never.
  5. http://www.angelfire...ers/nycta3.html 1 = NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY 2 = MANHATTAN & BRONX SURFACE TRANSIT OPERATING AUTHORITY BV811803-BV811842 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 2201-2240) (note 2) BV811843-BV811882 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 1201-1240) (note 1) BV811883-BV811922 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 2241-2280) (note 2) BV811923-BV811969 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 1241-1287) (note 1) BV811970-BV812009 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 2301-2340) (note 2) BV812010-BV812049 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 1318-1357) (note 1) BV812050-BV812089 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 2341-2380) (note 2) BV812090-BV812129 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 1358-1397) (note 1) BV812130-BV812166 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 2381-2417) (note 2) BV812167-BV812229 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 1398-1460) (note 1) BV812230-BV812249 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 2281-2300) (note 2) BV812250-BV812279 = 1981 T8W-204 (units 1288-1317) (note 1) BV812508-BV812547 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA2418-PA2457) (note 2) BV812548-BV812587 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA1461-PA1500) (note 1) BV812588-BV812627 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA2458-PA2497) (note 2) BV812628-BV812667 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA1501-PA1540) (note 1) BV812668-BV812707 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA2498-PA2537) (note 2) BV812708-BV812747 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA1541-PA1580) (note 1) BV812748-BV812789 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA2538-PA2579) (note 2) BV812790-BV812842 = 1981 T8W-204 (units PA1581-PA1633) (note 1) BV812843-BV812867 = 1981 T8J-204 (units 1634-1658) (note 1) CV820458-CV820532 = 1982 T8J-204 (units 1659-1733) (note 1) CV820533-CV820657 = 1982 T8J-204 (units 2580-2704) (note 2) CV820658-CV820782 = 1982 T8J-204 (units 1734-1858) (note 1) DV821944-DV822033 = 1983 T8W-204 (units 3001-3090) (note 1) DV822034-DV822268 = 1983 T8W-204 (units 3091-3325) (note 1) EV822555-EV822954 = 1984 T8J-204 (units 3400-3799) (note 1) FV823267-FV823685 = 1985 T8J-204 (units 3800-4218) (note 1) Some of the 1981-82 models were rebuilt and renumbered into the 7000 series (those units rebuilt directly in New York) and the 7500 series (units as rebuilt in Owosso, MI) as a way for (what was then) NYCTA to cut down on the cost of bus replacement. The program was dropped when they saw no real savings from it over buying new buses. The rebuilt RTS-04's survived through 2004, when the Orion VII hybrids showed up to replace them and the other RTS's. Links: 7000 series rebuilds: http://www.ttmg.org/...ring_(7000-7049) 7500 series rebuilds: http://www.ttmg.org/...ring_(7500-7559) ~Ben
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