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I challenge you to hold a sign stating that, and walk the streets of Dublin for an afternoon...and survive.  

Where do you guys come up with this shit?

Update on 2252, it's just been repainted, dashboard has also been reassembled. Seems it's almost finished restoration. Photo credit: @noahrp24

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4 hours ago, Bus_Medic said:

Where do you guys come up with this shit?

People need to stop being overly obsessed with the TTC on every inch of what goes on and go out of town or get a job. hopefully you never see many of these kids while working.

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1 hour ago, PCC Guy said:

Would anyone happen to know what about the wheelchair lift installation on the ex-Utah GMs required that the little window just past the front doors filled in? Some equipment stored back there?

I wouldn’t know for sure exactly what Utah made of that window, but the GM articulated buses were delivered with that window on both sides, then some years later the window on the curb side was replaced with a panel. From info off other sites, TTC never utilized the lifts on the ex-Utah buses

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Does anyone remember which 1975 GM buses (8010-8117) did receive black and yellow roll signs? Either from memory or online photos, I can think of these units:

8017, 8022, 8030, 8035, 8037, 8040, 8042, 8051, 8056, 8058, 8064, 8068, 8073, 8074, 8075, 8086, 8089, 8100, 8106, 8111, 8112.

Any more?

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On 1/1/2020 at 11:10 PM, TTC 9701 said:

People need to stop being overly obsessed with the TTC on every inch of what goes on and go out of town or get a job. hopefully you never see many of these kids while working.

I havent logged into my account in ages because I work and only saw this post now.

That's incredibly rude. I'm not "obsessed" as you put it and was simply asking about the status of a vehicle that the TTC itself has deemed historically relevant.

I'm an operator for a transit agency and not some "kid". Thank you very much.

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36 minutes ago, York Transit said:

I havent logged into my account in ages because I work and only saw this post now.

That's incredibly rude. I'm not "obsessed" as you put it and was simply asking about the status of a vehicle that the TTC itself has deemed historically relevant.

I'm an operator for a transit agency and not some "kid". Thank you very much.

It's not towards you. I do apologise if that feels that way.

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18 hours ago, York Transit said:

I havent logged into my account in ages because I work and only saw this post now.

That's incredibly rude. I'm not "obsessed" as you put it and was simply asking about the status of a vehicle that the TTC itself has deemed historically relevant.

I'm an operator for a transit agency and not some "kid". Thank you very much.

Just ignore "TTC 9701" like most of us already do on here. 

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Fleet Manager has a list of vehicles that entered service dated April 2000:
https://web.archive.org/web/20010603205821/http://fleetmanager.tripod.com:80/BusList.pdf

Since the list is exhaustive, I will have to use Arrow Road units to make it easier. Anyone here should add this info from here and the document on the wiki. @Articulated and @Xtrazsteve could use some help here if needed.

#2150-2155

#2150 (#8151) - March 25, 1999
#2151 (#8073) - November 5, 1999
#2152 (#8164) - August 23, 1999
#2153 (#8163) - September 14, 1999
#2154 (#8166) - October 29, 1999
#2155 (#8169) - July 21, 1999

#2600-2619 - 19 buses have entered service on the 35 JANE. #2600 was assigned to Old Eglinton.

#2600 (#22-009) - July 21, 1999
#2601 (#21-041) - January 20, 2000

#2602 (#24-018) - February 7, 2000
#2603 (#25-024) - February 9, 2000
#2604 (#24-113) - January 13, 2000
#2605 (#25-005) - February 3, 2000
#2606 (#24-010) - February 3, 2000

#2607 (#24-046) - February 9, 2000
#2608 (#25-069) - February 9, 2000
#2609 (#24-072) - February 25, 2000
#2610 (#24-042) - February 20, 2000
#2611 (#24-043) - March 10, 2000

#2612 (#24-019) - February 3, 2000
#2613 (#24-084) - March 7, 2000
#2614 (#24-023) - March 3, 2000
#2615 (#24-106) - March 8, 2000
#2616 (#23-147) - March 1, 2000

#2617 (#23-129) - March 7, 2000
#2618 (#23-117) - March 14, 2000
#2619 (#23-133) - March 9, 2000

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