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This afternoon after 6pm there were about 9 Streetcars either in Gunns loop or on the street waiting to enter the loop. This happened the other day as well.

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This afternoon after 6pm there were about 9 Streetcars either in Gunns loop or on the street waiting to enter the loop. This happened the other day as well.

512, along with the 29, has been targeted for the TTC's new way to improve performance and reliability.

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1707 broke down on w/b Finch west of McCowan, very close to the bus stop in front of Libermann Catholic High School. Saw some orange triangles placed on the road behind its rear.

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TTC:

509 - 4010, 4015, 4017, 4078, 4082, 4091, 4107, 4180

510 - 4108, 4112, 4146, 4160, 4165, 4196*, 4405, 4407, 4408

* At 4:52 PM, this vehicle was turning from SB Spadina onto EB QQ, and as the car completed its turn, the front doors popped open and the driver ran out. My first thought was, "Great, what kind of problem am I gonna have with this guy?", but he had just gone to fix the dewire. First time I've seen that happen.

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Lots of Crushloads on TTC 126 this weekend due to Salsa on St.Clair street festival.

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TTC 8411 on Sheppard West. Boy its numbers are ugly.

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TTC 8411 on Sheppard West. Boy its numbers are ugly.

That's yesterday afternoon/evening?

It seems like almost all of the LFSes are on the 195 today.

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1808 was on #7 today. Made me wonder why is #7 99% a diesel only route? Why don't we see more hybrids on the route?

Because Wilson only has 3 hybrids in its fleet.

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DRT:

8603 On 900 To Downtown Oshawa

89?? (Couldn't read the fleet numbers on that ElDorado) spotted at the McDonalds on Highway 12 and Durham Road 15 in Beaverton sporting the DURHAM REGION TRANSIT

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We'll probably see more hybrids at Wilson again since something has to replace the Orion V's. Likely hybrids displaced from Arrow.

The RTSes can now retire with the arrivals of the LFSes.

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16- 7795 7827 8100 8130

39- 1142 1145 1369 1736 1773 1801

68- 7423 7444 7524 7593 7598 7649 7667

129- 1104 1140 1777 1785 1810 1820

199- 1091 1101 1110 1122 1138 1141 1234 1725 1739 1765 1770 1783 1799 1803 1819

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7900 sitting on the shoulder of 427 NB at Burnhamthorpe with three OPP cruisers behind and an inspector wagon up front.

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TTC:

1741 On 38A To Rouge Hill GO Station

1818 On 133 To Morningside Heights

7411 On 54 To Eglinton Station

7659 On 198 To Kennedy Station

7746 On 21A To Scarborough Centre RT Station

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Rode 4408 from Bremner to Spadina Station Friday night. What a great, smooth ride. My favourite part was the A/C. Like the TR's. So much better than the T1's.

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This afternoon Arrow Road supplied 3 standby buses parked at Finch station, normally Arrow Road drivers didn't turn off the engines while standing by in the past 2 weeks during the games, a good driver (1298) was willing to shut down the bus while the other 2 (1228, 1261) still kept the engine running.

Wilson and Malvern drivers usually turn off their engines while idling for a longer period of time.

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