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This thread will contain various emails received to the CPTDB email account. Any Wiki Editor is welcome to take this information to modify the CPTDB Wiki pages.
The yard for Golden Gate transit in San Francisco is no longer located at 350 8th street. They have moved to Perry Street between 3rd and 4th streets Google Maps shows it being located with an address of 121 to 135 Perry Street.

In the list of former CTCUM buses there s some missing.There was 42-001 to 42-030.They were former STRSM buses.The 33-xxx,42-xxx,43-xxx,44-xxx were use on former Metropolitain Provincial route.(Chateauguay,Valleyfield,Huntington,Joliette,Dorion).These buses replace old MPI buses (12-xxx).In 1984-1985 the gouvernement of Québec create CIT.The CTCUM stop covering theses routes and They began using these buses in Montreal

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The yard for Golden Gate transit in San Francisco is no longer located at 350 8th street. They have moved to Perry Street between 3rd and 4th streets Google Maps shows it being located with an address of 121 to 135 Perry Street.

I've been to the yard, but I cannot remember the exact street address and zip code. Should I just put "121 to 135 Perry St., San Francisco, CA" on the wiki?

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Sure, or Google Maps will probably give you an address when you click on it!

Another one today:

MV Transportation does have a division for SamTrans in San Francisco located at 1421 Custer Avenue with a zip code of 94124. That is division 38 of MV Transportation San Francisco for SamTrans you can type this address in on google street maps and you would see an image of the SamTrans MV transportation vehicles in the photo. They service the 60 foot NABI's as well as the Gillig buses there.

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City of Longview WA (CUBS) 1977 Flxible 4205 became Kitsap Transit 738 in 1990. It was sold to a private collector and has been preserved in Poulsbo, WA.

Baltimore Transit (Maryland) 1925 to 1949 were purchased in 1959. They were turned over to the Maryland Mass Transit Administration.  Built with Detroit Diesel 671 inline engines and Allison VH transmissions. Serial nos TDH 5105-3586 to 3610. The MTA surpluses then in January 1980. Bus 1949, (TDH 5105-3610 was sold to a private collector and has been preserved in Poulsbo, WA.

Baltimore Transit 1912 was sold to a scrap dealer and several private collectors. It was again sold to Washington DC's WMATA and has been restored and preserved as their historic fleet no 1912.

Clallam Transit nos 596 & 597 [are also privately owned]

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July 24, 2017

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In case you're interested in keeping your OC Transpo fleet page accurate... units 8144 and 8145 have been delivered and both went into revenue service today.

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I have some thumbnails for the Atomic City Transit article, including some that weren't seen before.

There was once a bus 4063 and 4086, but I never got to take any sort of picture of it, nor do I know what model it was.

Bus 4083 was essentially the same as 4084, a Ford E350 Startrans.

Buses 4161 and 4162 first went into service in January 2017.

4161 is the same as 4154 and 4155, only it's a 2016 model rather than a 2015 model.

4162 is a Chevrolet/ARBOC cutaway.

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FYI: regarding Modesto MAX roster updates. 21554 as shown is actually 21454. Photographic proof can be supplied upon request.

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