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  1. The fleet and serial numbers of the four battery electric buses are known: 994 NEW FLYER XE40 2014 2FYB8FJ09DC043308 995 NEW FLYER XE40 2014 2FYB8FJ00DC043309 996 NEW FLYER XE40 2014 2FYB8FJ07DC043310 997 NEW FLYER XE40 2014 2FYB8FJ09DC043311
  2. See in "G" on Monday, March 30th, 2015... I was told it was a "pilot" delivery. As in, Winnipeg Transit will have it for a few weeks to look at, examine, and drive around, before it goes back to NewFlyer with feedback intended to smooth the delivery of the main part of the order.. Note that at this point the unit lacks the standard stripe decals. There was also no farebox inside when I looked. (I forgot to check if it had a radio). I was also told that the 2015 deliver of XD40's would be numbered 831-888.
  3. Hello, last week me and my friend released a new iPhone app - CG Transit. It offers offline trip planning in public transport systems of more than 20 Canadian and U.S. cities and European trains. Key features: - fast offline searching - advanced search parameters - changing the date and time, adding "via" stations, choosing transport modes, etc. - favorite locations and routes - displaying route on the map - finding connections in multiple schedules at once (e.g.,Toronto TTC and GO Transit) - push notifications of schedule updates and their immediate download You can download the app using the AppStore http://itunes.apple....48814?ls=1&mt=8 Thank you for your comments or suggestions!
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