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According to sources from PMATA FB page, rumors from members say the Xcelsior XDE40 order is coming soon and Victory Depot maybe 1st to get it. 

 

And also, the retirement of New Flyer D40LF has begun (pictures from there were shown). So far 2001 D40LF #5409 and #2002 D40LF #5599 has been retired with their fareboxes removed. 

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3 hours ago, Nanis said:

YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY

Thanks for the info

Next thing, SEPTA should plan to replace its entire trolley fleet with low-floor, articulated streetcars/LRVs

I'll literally go bananas if that happens before Toronto does

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1 hour ago, Around the Horn said:

3002 and 3004 are officially assigned to Callowhill. Let the games begin!

Well I dont go that far west so count me out

Also is it normal for Septa to reuse fleet numbers? I am asking because I spotted a Novabus with the fleet number #7144, which was used for a Neoplanner.

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Edit: it says 7464, not 7114. Nothing was reused

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One of SEPTA's oldest buses in the fleet (and last Detroit Diesel Series 50 engine powered buses) 2001 New Flyer D40LF #5431 seen on 8-19-2017. These buses along with 2002-2004 D40LF and 2002-2004 DE40LF have begun retirement as new New Flyer Xcelsior XDE40 are arriving 

Ride on SEPTA 2016 Nova LFS Artic HEV #7479 on Route 17

 

 

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