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With the 927 HIGHWAY 27 EXPRESS going to Mount Dennis, would it be possible for Malvern to send their LFS Hybrids to Mount Dennis? Orion hybrids still don’t tend to work on the 427.

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4 hours ago, bus_7246 said:

3552 is the only notable transfer unit that migrated west today from Malvern to Arrow Rd

Not a movement. It was a RAD on the 36. 3508 did the same thing the day before.

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7 hours ago, Shemar said:

Not a movement. It was a RAD on the 36. 3508 did the same thing the day before.

I apologize. At the time that I checked the tracker since transsee was down for a good part of the day, I was under the assumption that it had moved. 

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10 hours ago, Eren Jaeger said:

With the 927 HIGHWAY 27 EXPRESS going to Mount Dennis, would it be possible for Malvern to send their LFS Hybrids to Mount Dennis? Orion hybrids still don’t tend to work on the 427.

From what I understand the artics at Mount Dennis will be assigned to the 927.

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Pardon my ignorance, but when did they stop using LFS Artics on the 53 and limit the amount on the 36? Right now, only 8/30 buses on the 36 are artics according to TransSee. I'm assuming this must have happened at some point during COVID but I completely missed this change.

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9 minutes ago, PCC Guy said:

Pardon my ignorance, but when did they stop using LFS Artics on the 53 and limit the amount on the 36? Right now, only 8/30 buses on the 36 are artics according to TransSee. I'm assuming this must have happened at some point during COVID but I completely missed this change.

The 53 stopped using artics when the 953 express service was restored. Same thing happened to the 85 when the 985 was restored. During peak, Malvern still sends some artics on the 39/939 and the 134 usually gets one artic during AM peak (run 10). I'm not sure why the 36 is using less artics than usual though. The 36 is supposed to have 27 artics during the AM peak and 29 artics during midday and PM peak.

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As for the 36, artics are only scheduled for there 36A branch west of Finch West station. Sometimes the 36D/F ends up with artics. Something much have happened today.

For other artic routes. The 929 isn't getting any artics right now. The 89 has them. They'll return when the 89 is transferred to Wilson. Wilson would need to dispatch some artics till May when the 989 returns. The 60 has 3 artic runs which won't get them next board cause Wilson would be out of artics.

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Arw/Bir>McN: #3139, #3322, #3329, #3330

Edited by Eren Jaeger
#3322, #3329, #3330 are transferred from Arrow Rd to McNicoll (tracking via Sheppard)
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33 minutes ago, Young said:

How many 88-89s is Arrow Rd getting?

Not sure. Just wait and see.

8893 8895 8896 just left Eglinton and are enroute to Arrow Rd.

3238 is enroute to McNicoll after being the driver shuttle for the units that moved to McNicoll earlier this morning.

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1 hour ago, Young said:

How many 88-89s is Arrow Rd getting?

It should be around 30-40 of them. It was supposed to be 8891-8924 (but that's changed now cause of 8912-8927), so we'll see

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7 minutes ago, 7749 said:

It should be around 30-40 of them. It was supposed to be 8891-8924 (but that's changed now cause of 8912-8927), so we'll see

So would this possibly be to replace the artics at Arrow that are supposedly going to Mount Dennis when the 935 and 927 move to Mount Dennis?

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14 minutes ago, Young said:

So would this possibly be to replace the artics at Arrow that are supposedly going to Mount Dennis when the 935 and 927 move to Mount Dennis?

Mount Dennis is not getting any buses. They are only giving NG HEVs to Malvern. The 88xx/89xx are moving to Arrow to help replace some of the diesels that are moving to McNicoll. The 927 will most likely use the artics that are currently used on the 89 since the 89 is moving to Wilson. The 935 will most likely remain 40ft for now.

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