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Winnipeg Transit D40 Tracking

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685 on Route 22 last night - it seems there was an older driver operating that bus, as the back rollsigns were scrolled to show "22X" instead of just "22" :)

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Unknown D40 (by its bright rear rollsign lights, maybe 699?) deadheading from Portage onto Moray this afternoon.

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I managed to get a (crude) picture of 680 on Route 21. The glare from the other cars on the road, and lack of tripod, along with being in my friends car, prevented me from getting a better pic.

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I saw the following D40's back on the 16th.

None were in service though-

365, 378, 677, 686, 695-696, and 698.

I also saw a few inside the garage, but I was unable to get numbers.

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Spotted 384 (58) and 388 (32) for the first time in... well, ages. Thought they already hit the scraps.

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This morning

699 NIS

698 32

697 NIS

696 NIS

695 21

694 NIS

693 28/31

692 NIS

691 NIS

690 NIS

689 NIS

688 NIS

687 NIS

686 40

685 32

684 NIS

683 54/36

682 55

681 NIS

680 NIS

679 41

678 NIS

677 41/35

676 NIS

675 NIS

674 NIS

673 NIS

672 NIS

671 NIS

365 75

375 32 the wiki says this one is retired. Can someone please fix it

376 58/40

377 NIS

378 NIS

381 NIS

382 NIS

383 NIS

384 NIS

385 NIS

386 NIS

387 NIS

388 32

389 NIS

391 NIS

392 NIS

393 NIS

395 NIS

396 NIS

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A vast amount of the 370-399's are all retired and scrapped. However, I spotted 383 and 384 for the first time in MONTHS the other day, either on the 32 or 58. 692 is starting to be covered in cream-colored replacement panels just like it's cousin, 682.

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heard from an instructor that all of the high floors should be retired by september. i found this out when i said i love the high floors during my DAT test. By september all DAT tests will take place on low floors. 

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