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  1. UNH Wildcat Transit made some routing changes for Campus Connectors for the fall semester. (I'm just now getting around to bringing it up here...) Cottages connector: New service to 121 Technology Drive (This is the old GOSS International building). The route is otherwise unchanged. Reduced service connector: This bus now turns around downtown (similar to West Edge) It no longer serves the Campus Core. The bus has also been extended to 121 Technology Drive. In summery the new routing is: West Edge, Downtown (turn around) Technology Drive (turn around at 121 technology drive) and return to West Edge. The bus no longer serves the Leavitt Center. Also this got my attention. The Mast Road Connector entry quotes that the bus "turns around downtown and goes around the core of campus" in truth this bus does NOT serve the Campus Core it turns around using the Downtown loop like West Edge does. If you need to verify anything, connector timetables can easily be found on the Wildcat Transit website. Thanks NHTransitGeek1
  2. Wildcat Transit route updates

    UNH Wildcat Transit made some routing changes for Campus Connectors for the fall semester. (I'm just now getting around to bringing it up here...) Cottages connector: New service to 121 Technology Drive (This is the old GOSS International building). The route is otherwise unchanged. Reduced service: This bus now turns around downtown (similar to West Edge) It no longer serves the Campus Core. The bus has also been extended to 121 Technology Drive. In summery the new routing is: West Edge, Downtown (turn around) Technology Drive (turn around at 121 technology drive) and return to West Edge. The bus no longer serves the Leavitt Center. Also this got my attention. The Mast Road Connector entry quotes that the bus "turns around downtown and goes around the core of campus" in truth this bus does NOT serve the Campus Core it turns around using the Downtown loop like West Edge does. If you need to verify anything, connector timetables can easily be found on the Wildcat Transit website. Thanks NHTransitGeek1
  3. Wildcat Transit: WT10-WT15 all retired in October. Route 125xno longer serves Gonic Crossing in either direction. COAST: numbers for the 2016 gillig low floors are confirmed to be 1605, 1606, 1607 and 1608. A 4th bus was added to the order to replace 0101 which was retired in January
  4. Hey all, here are a few updates to the bus fleets of my local agencies: Coopertive Alliance for Seacoast Transportation: 1995 D40LF fleet: 9503 and 9504 are still in service all others were retired earlier this month. Bus 0101 (2001 gillig advantage) was also retired and is now a parts bus. Busses 1601-1603 are new. They are 2016 eldorado aerotech vans on the Ford E450 chassis. Wildcat Transit: 3 new cutaway vans have entered service. I saw T46 today. Based on logic and the numbers of other busses I am pretty sure that the new ones are T45-T47. (Since T44 is an EZRider and T48 is a supervisors car) They are 2016 eldorado aerotech cutaways on the Ford E450 chassis. These are more then likely going to replace WT10-WT15 though I'm not sure at this time. Thanks NHTransitGeek1
  5. Hey everyone, I am a regular rider on these two transit companies and am going to submit some changes to their wiki pages Wildcat transit fleet: all remaining blue birds were retired in 2013. The following buses are in service but not listed on the wiki page. T24-T27: 2008 eldorado national EZRider II 35' T28: 2008 eldorado aerolite cutaway on a ford E450 chassis. T29-T30: 2011 eldorado aerotech cutaway on a ford E450 chassis. T31-T35: 2010 eldorado national EZRider II 30' CNG T36-T37 2012 eldorado national EZRider II 35'. T38-T40 2013 eldorado national EZRider II 35' T41-T44: 2014 eldorado national EZRider II 35' CNG Wildcat transit routes: Woodside Connector and IOL Connector no longer operating. Mast road connector now turns around downtown. Evening, Weekend and Winter Ban Connectors no longer enter the mast road parking lot. Cottages Connector: this route was created in 2010. It begins at the Cottages housing complex and travels directly to campus turning around in downtown. Reduced Service Connector: created in 2013. Only operates when UNH is on break. Begins at the Leavitt Center, enters the west edge parking lot, serves the campus core and returns to the Leavitt Center. Route 125x: created in 2012 it serves this route. UNH-lee market basket-route 125 corridor-gonic crossing-Rochester Home Depot-Rochester park and ride-gonic crossing-route 125 corridor-lee market basket-UNH. Coopertive Alliance for Seacoast Transportation fleet: all busses from 1988, 1996, 1997 and 1998 are retired. Here is the current active fleet by year 9501-9505: 1995 New Flyer D40LF ex Orange County transit 0101-0103. 2001 gillig advantage 29' 0801-0804: 2008 gillig advantage 40' 1001-1002: 2010 eldorado aerotech cutaway on ford chassis. 1101-1105: 2011 gillig advantage 35' 1103-1105 are replica trolleys. 1201-1206: 2012 gillig advantage. 1201 and 1202 are 30' standards and 1203-1206 are 35' trolls replicas Coopertive alliance for seacoast transportation routes: route 7 now only operates as a Newmarket-stratham-exeter bus. No more service in Greenland or newington. It is also now referred to as 7N and 7S. Dover routes 30, 31, 32, 34, and 35 have all been discontinued. Sorry this is so long I was to make sure that the wiki pages are as accurate as possible. I will post again if there are any changes. Thanks NHTransitGeek1
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