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Miami-Dade Transit Pilot bus 19232: 2019 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40' is awaiting delivery at the Gillig Corporation factory in Livermore, CA today. The fleet numbers size and the New 2019 Miami-Dade Transit M Logo were too big. Features the new 2018 livery same as New Flyer XN40s. The 181 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40 buses are on delivery starting this month. 

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Miami-Dade Transit Pilot bus 19232 is delivered at Miami-Dade Transit bus Yard from last week. The rest of this order is still in process of delivery as of this month and the mass retirement of 1999-2004 NABI 40-LFW.02/17 diesel buses is still in the process of retiring and will be replaced by next year. 

Photo credit goes to their respective owners. Used with permission. 

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Are there any routes that tend to use the NABI 40-LFWs? I was going over the Miami Dade map and was a little disenheartened to see that it's not as easy as picking a transit center and standing there.

Also does MDT and Broward have a bus tracker with fleet numbers? I was able to locate two but they are completely useless for my purposes. Thanks for any help in advance

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16 hours ago, Orion6025 said:

Are there any routes that tend to use the NABI 40-LFWs? I was going over the Miami Dade map and was a little disenheartened to see that it's not as easy as picking a transit center and standing there.

Also does MDT and Broward have a bus tracker with fleet numbers? I was able to locate two but they are completely useless for my purposes. Thanks for any help in advance

Yes they have a tracker and they show fleet numbers these are the name for them also if you are looking for NABI buses you’ll find them @ Golden Glades Bus Terminal 

and Downtown Miami at Government Center Metrorail Station 

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More New Equipment all Voith Transmission Equipped 

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4 hours ago, Transit man2015 said:

Yes they have a tracker and they show fleet numbers these are the name for them also if you are looking for NABI buses you’ll find them @ Golden Glades Bus Terminal 

and Downtown Miami at Government Center Metrorail Station 

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More New Equipment all Voith Transmission Equipped 

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Thank you so much!!

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On 12/10/2019 at 6:47 AM, Transit man2015 said:

Yes they have a tracker and they show fleet numbers these are the name for them also if you are looking for NABI buses you’ll find them @ Golden Glades Bus Terminal 

and Downtown Miami at Government Center Metrorail Station 

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More New Equipment all Voith Transmission Equipped 

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Did the 2019-20 Gillig BRT Plus CNG buses will enter service by next year, and is this an piggyback negotiation order from  Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority's (Orlando Lynx) options?

 

And what about the electric buses for Miami-Dade Transit? 

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Miami-Dade Transit 19118: 2019 New Flyer Xcelsior XN40 CNG is operating on line 120. Photo credit goes to So Cal Metro of Flickr. Used with Permission. 

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And Miami-Dade Transit 0002: 2000 NABI 40-LFW.02 Gen 1 parked at the bus yard when delivered new in September 2000. It was later renumbered to 2002. Photo credit goes to The Transit Archives of Flickr. 

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The 2020 Gillig BRT Plus CNG buses #20101-20186 are currently on delivery as of this month from the Gillig Plant in Livermore, CA. Some of the buses are currently assigned to Northeast Division (former CNG Flxibles). The 2020 CNG Gillig 40FT also featuring the same features such as the Screens and USB Ports to charge your devices except New Flyer XN40 CNGs. 

Photo credit goes to Metro Dade Transit Historical Association of Facebook. Used with Permission. 

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Miami-Dade Transit 20135 was seen in Georgia during delivery last week. 

Photo credit goes to Metro Dade Transit Historical Association of Facebook. 

And Gillig supported Miami-Dade Transit to transport Super Bowl 54 fans to Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Dolphins stadium) from this past Sunday. Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers.

 

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