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Article on Selkirk's Facebook page about the newest addition: www.myselkirk.ca/selkirk-transit-adds-4th-bus-to-fleet/

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Ta Dah!

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Selkirk Transit #7-470, a 2016 Vicinity.

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It says theyre 4th bus. I know thet had 2 Arbocs so whats the 3rd bus if anyone knows.

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Okay first of all i am sorry about being off topic

now Does Selkirk transit Need a D40LF Or a Max Rider

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Okay first of all i am sorry about being off topic

now Does Selkirk transit Need a D40LF Or a Max Rider

a D35LF?

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a D35LF?

Unless either Selkirk explode's by approximately 30,000 people (or if Beaver Bus Lines starts to really rake in riders), is there any real need for 35/40-foot buse's in Selkirk yet?

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Unless either Selkirk explode's by approximately 30,000 people (or if Beaver Bus Lines starts to really rake in riders), is there any real need for 35/40-foot buse's in Selkirk yet?

Nope. The smaller light duty buses are fine for the amount of riders they get and the type of service they run.

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Guys Guys! Selkirk Transit Is Ordering  a New Bus for 2017

Did you hear about this in the 2017 Selkirk Budget?

Im guessing A New Flyer Midi

Like this One:

 

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I really can't see them ordering anything other than New Flyer considering how close Selkirk is to Winnipeg.

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Maybe you two could simply calm down, especially the first person, and wait and see what the municipality decides. Get back to us when you've found documents supporting their decision instead of speculation.

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40 minutes ago, ADB said:

Maybe you two could simply calm down, especially the first person, and wait and see what the municipality decides. Get back to us when you've found documents supporting their decision instead of speculation.

Thank you for saying something 

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On 12/25/2016 at 5:21 PM, Viafreak said:

I really can't see them ordering anything other than New Flyer considering how close Selkirk is to Winnipeg.

They have order from Arbocs and Vicinity in the past.

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I wonder if that would be to replace the Arbocs, provide a spare, or to increase service...

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I really can't see them ordering anything other than New Flyer considering how close Selkirk is to Winnipeg.

It's pretty hard to buy just one bus from Flyer. Flyer builds just enough buses for whatever order they have. I think Selkirk will have to go elsewhere like Vincity or one of the other smaller manufacturers.

 

 

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