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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. 

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Miami-Dade Transit is introducing the new Route 175 Miami-Dade Express starting this Monday coming. The route will run to/From Miami Gardens to Palmetto Metrorail Station. 

Photo credit goes to Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works of Instagram. 

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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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