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2029 on 82 Valleymede-Spadina

9932 on 8 Kennedy

2034 on 8 Kennedy with it's engine door up (wonder if the driver knew)

2047 on 8 Kennedy

2049 being trucked on a flatbed trailer north of Miller Yard (RETIRED? <_<)

2051/2048 on 1 Highway 7

2054 on 1 Highway 7

2046/2045 on 2 Milliken

233 on 8 Kennedy with English-Spanish Emergency Exit signs. I should notify YRT about this lol.

Wilson Wu

Markham, ON

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From yesterday afternoon: Go Transit F-150 18-8142 providing reduced capacity Lakeshore West service eastbound on the QEW.   Presto card readers haven’t been installed in the truck b

TTC 3295 caught fire on the 427. There were fire trucks behind it

Enough of this madness. Next time be very clear in your post. Mention if you saw it in person or saw it tracking on Transsee or whatever you used. This way the reader can do the judging instead of you

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7960 and 7978 were on 90 this afternoon, and still are this evening.

Also, the streetcar tracks between Bathurst and Vaughan look done, and they look cool. It looks like some kind of brick pattern was used on the cement.

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-Ryan

are the tracks rasied or are there any seperaters that block cars from going on it like on Spadina?

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Well as it looks now, the tracks are not raised or separated from the normal traffic lanes. They are the same level as the road.

There going to repave the rest of St.Clair right? they'll probably lower the street then and it will look like they raised the streetcar tracks.

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There going to repave the rest of St.Clair right? they'll probably lower the street then and it will look like they raised the streetcar tracks.

I'm not sure if they are, but IMO, they should, especially the stretch of road between Bathurst and Vaughan. The road is really bumpy, with all this stuff that was moved underground as a result of a bank moving to another location. And soon, a condo will be going up at Bathurst and St.Clair, so there's more construction ahead! <_<

BTW, I also noticed that after Vaughan Rd, the tracks seem to curve inward and get closer. In other words, the width between the tracks is reduced after Vaughan Rd, but I don't know why.

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Where exactly? where the car wash is currently?

It's where my school is, the Petro is going bye bye (St. Mike's owns the property and was simply renting it to the Petro on a non-contracted basis). The school and its basilian fathers originally wanted a girls school with a condo on top, but due to harsh protest, that idea was scrapped and there will only be a condo. I'm not sure when construction will begin, but the condo is scheduled to be finished in 2009 (I thought that was pretty weird).

Anyway, back on topic, 7311 was on the 49 today, with the silver supports.

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2355, and 2735 on the 54....why doesn't Wilson or Birchmount send some non-accessible buses to Eglinton, so that they can put those on the 54, since its not an accessible route....This would allow Eglinton to send some VII's to a divsion that really needs more accessible buses (Birchmount, Wilson or maybe even Arrow).

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2355, and 2735 on the 54....why doesn't Wilson or Birchmount send some non-accessible buses to Eglinton, so that they can put those on the 54, since its not an accessible route....This would allow Eglinton to send some VII's to a divsion that really needs more accessible buses (Birchmount, Wilson or maybe even Arrow).

It's too much of a hassle to do that now. What makes more sense to me is Eglinton giving up its share of 54 completely to Malvern and taking one of Malvern's accessible routes, which would help Malvern with accessibility and prevent Eglinton from wasting accessible buses.

BTW, Arrow??? I don't think they need anymore VII's with more and more hybrids coming every week!

Anyway, 7336 was the PizzaPizza bus from Queensway today at Kipling Stn.

7213 is on the 512.

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MT Afternoon

8924, 9114, 8914, 9118, 9134, 9813 8N

9133 318N

0106*, 9806, 0522 8S

0557 OOS @ Pt Credit

0504* 202N

0527 23E

0159 1W

0618 3E

9817 68L

9102 67L

0524, 0512, 0518 202S

0607 10N

9128 25L

9120 70E

97xx 42E

9124 66N

Buses on the 19/19A in this order:

(# means there may be buses missing here)

0311

0328

0325

0308

0319

0315

0302

0321

0314

0305

0326

0327

#

0303

0301

0313

0312

#

0307

0310

0322

#

Brampton Afternoon

9855* 2

0301 52

8793, 0217, 0428*, 0405, 9134, 0311, 0421 1

9852, 0615 8

0402 11

0423 7

9863, 0434 7A

That's 57 buses!! ;);)

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Huh? They protest against a girls school but a condo is OK? Priceless! ;)

The Basilian Fathers were for the girls school. It was the parents and students of St. Mike's that didn't want it as it would tarnish the community and tradition of the all-boys environment.

BTW, the condo generates more money than a gas station ever would!

Anyway, back on topic, 7303 was on the 49 today.

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