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GRT Retirements

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No.

km

8536

320,771

2200

833,973

2202

752,820

2203

1,195,415

2207

829,840

copied data from website

what happened to 2203:o

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1 minute ago, Josh said:

What about 536? Lol

Lol that DP makes me laugh everytime!! 536 is up for sale too and numered 8536 which is weird as it never recieved that number 8.

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Haha 😃 and I meant the low km's, my old car had more! And I think the 8 added was more of a 'on the books' sort of thing.

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I've been told that all of them have been sold now. There is a lineup of retired buses parked outside, easily seen from Chandler Dr. I also saw a 212xx-series Nova parked beside them, which I assume is being repaired and just parked there temporarily. 

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there are 3 22xx going to tri county for training 

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Seen a 22xx being towed by flat bed up Ottawa st yesterday, was too far away to see a number.

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1 hour ago, Josh said:

Seen a 22xx being towed by flat bed up Ottawa st yesterday, was too far away to see a number.

Must be on the way to the scrap yard.. Most of them or all of them I believe had scrappers bidding for them. 

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Damn shame I tell ya...

Won't mind when they start hauling off the 23xx though!! Can't come soon enough lol.

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21 hours ago, Josh said:

Damn shame I tell ya...

Won't mind when they start hauling off the 23xx though!! Can't come soon enough lol.

Yup, talking to drivers very few say anything nice about the 2300's. Only good I hear is they are heavy and stick to the road well in winter. Other than that I don't think they will be missed much.

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breaking news.20910 cought on fire in cambridge on sat it s a total lost like 2433.

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Unless MTB is able to repair it. When the Flyer in Burlington burned up it was at MTB for quite a while and is now since been back on the road

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8 hours ago, TTC 9701 said:

Unless MTB is able to repair it. When the Flyer in Burlington burned up it was at MTB for quite a while and is now since been back on the road

The bus in Burlington was a year old, so it was more worthwhile to repair. This bus is 7 years old, less economical to repair because it has a shorter expected lifespan. Regardless, how about we wait to see what the actual damage is and any official word from the transit agency before making bold assumptions on retirements.

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it is a right off 20910 is worest then 2433 when it burn does anybody remmber when 2433 burn and how bad it was ?

 

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20910 is being scraped its now retired can a wiki editor please place it Retired thanks.

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just a update 20910 was sent to the scrap yard today seen it on the tow truck at 1.15.

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