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Miami Dade is getting 10 more XDE60 for a 2017 delivery 

the fleet numbers 17501-17510?

https://www.newflyer.com/rss/777-miami-dade-county-exercises-options-for-ten-60-foot-xcelsior®-diesel-hybrid-buses

 

how ever there 11 2016 New Flyer XDE60 fleet numbers are 16501-16511

 

can someone edit this to there roster 

 

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Add this also the fleet numbers are 15101-15115

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On 11/25/2016 at 10:20 AM, Gilligman2010 said:

Miami Dade is getting 10 more XDE60 for a 2017 delivery 

the fleet numbers 17501-17510?

https://www.newflyer.com/rss/777-miami-dade-county-exercises-options-for-ten-60-foot-xcelsior®-diesel-hybrid-buses

 

how ever there 11 2016 New Flyer XDE60 fleet numbers are 16501-16511

 

can someone edit this to there roster 

 

Yes they will also be numbered 17501-17510

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17101-17105 will be Gilligs expected to arrive in March of 2017 will be Diesel buses with the Allison B400R

The 1998 NABI buses has been retired many years ago it is used as a Contingency/Training bus 

5006 is also gone that has been sold to a scrapper.

Historical bus 647 is being repaired. 

The 15101-15115 series Buses that were destined for Broward has the Allison B400R.

The 2017 Artics will have the same specs as the 2016 Artics. 

All of the Old Metromover cars has been retired and replaced with Bombardier Mover cars. 

Only 2 flixible buses are preserved by MDT the rest has been scrapped feel free to use the pictures to add on to the roster or if you need them and are sucribed to Facebook groups The Bus Lounge or South Florida Transit take them to use with credit towards John Gamble as always have a great night 

 

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70 Electric buses are expected to arrive in September most likely from Newflyer(Will Confirm at a Later Date)

 

Also the 2006 Optima Buses are retiring In favor of having all 40ft buses and above no more mini buses will be procured 

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Day-um! That's a lot more electric buses than most are buying yet. Miami-Dade is going to be another pioneer of mass adoption then, along with Foothill Transit, KC Metro and Antelope Valley. SEPTA too, but SEPTA is only getting 25 so far.

Some others, like COMO in Missouri and Seneca (South Carolina) have also gone all-in on electric, but with much smaller fleets.

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On 12/17/2016 at 5:45 AM, Transit man2015 said:

Add this also the fleet numbers are 15101-15115

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Yes they will also be numbered 17501-17510

 

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On 11/25/2016 at 10:20 AM, Gilligman2010 said:

Miami Dade is getting 10 more XDE60 for a 2017 delivery 

the fleet numbers 17501-17510?

https://www.newflyer.com/rss/777-miami-dade-county-exercises-options-for-ten-60-foot-xcelsior®-diesel-hybrid-buses

 

how ever there 11 2016 New Flyer XDE60 fleet numbers are 16501-16511

 

can someone edit this to there roster 

 

 

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On 12/18/2016 at 12:41 AM, Transit man2015 said:

17101-17105 will be Gilligs expected to arrive in March of 2017 will be Diesel buses with the Allison B400R

The 1998 NABI buses has been retired many years ago it is used as a Contingency/Training bus 

5006 is also gone that has been sold to a scrapper.

Historical bus 647 is being repaired. 

The 15101-15115 series Buses that were destined for Broward has the Allison B400R.

The 2017 Artics will have the same specs as the 2016 Artics. 

All of the Old Metromover cars has been retired and replaced with Bombardier Mover cars. 

Only 2 flixible buses are preserved by MDT the rest has been scrapped feel free to use the pictures to add on to the roster or if you need them and are sucribed to Facebook groups The Bus Lounge or South Florida Transit take them to use with credit towards John Gamble as always have a great night 

 

 

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Can someone upload the Photos and update the roster for Miami-Dade Transit please including the retirement of 1999-2006 NABI 40-LFW.02/17, the retired 2006 Optima Opus 30' #06301-06375

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Miami-Dade_Transit_06301-06375

And Miami-Dade Transit #9801 was a 1998 NABI 40-LFW.02 model while #9802-9819 were 1999 units

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Miami-Dade_Transit_9801-9819

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Can you please edit the roster for Miami-Dade Transit 

#18101-18290 2018 New Flyer XN40s were delivered and #19101-19210 were in the process of delivery 

And 2019 181 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40' were expected to be delivered this September or October

Photo goes to the perspective owner 

 

https://www.facebook.com/MetroDade/posts/1241307706024106

 

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I can edit it.

 
 
 
On 1/25/2019 at 8:02 PM, The Neoplan Rider Studios said:

Can someone upload the Photos and update the roster for Miami-Dade Transit please including the retirement of 1999-2006 NABI 40-LFW.02/17, the retired 2006 Optima Opus 30' #06301-06375

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Miami-Dade_Transit_06301-06375

And Miami-Dade Transit #9801 was a 1998 NABI 40-LFW.02 model while #9802-9819 were 1999 units

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Miami-Dade_Transit_9801-9819

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Other than that image, which BTW means nothing to me, what is your source for these two proposed changes

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22 hours ago, Thomasw said:

I can edit it.

Other than that image, which BTW means nothing to me, what is your source for these two proposed changes

And don't forget to edit the power trains for Miami-Dade Transit Buses

#10101-10105 series 2010 Gillig BRT HEV 40' were equipped with Cummins ISB6.7 with Allison H 40 EP Hybrid System

#12301-12303 series 2012 Gillig BRT 30'  diesel equipped with single door : #12301-12302 were used for South Beach Local and #12303 were used for Cutler Bay Service. They were equipped with Cummins ISL9 and Voith D864.5

#14101-14130 Series 2014 Gillig BRT HEV 40' were equipped with Cummins ISB6.7 with Allison H 40 EP Hybrid System 

#14131-14135 series 2014 Gillig BRT Diesel were equipped with Cummins ISL9 and Voith D864.5 Transmissions 

#18101-18290 series 2018 New Flyer XN40s were equipped with Cummins Westport L9N engines with Allison B400R transmissions 

#19101-19111 series 2019 New Flyer XN40s were equipped with Cummins Westport L9N engines with Allison B400R transmissions while #19112-19290 were equipped with the Voith D864.6 Transmissions 

Also The 181 2019 Gillig BRT Plus CNG # 19234-19484 will be equipped with Cummins Westport L9N and Voith D864.6 Transmissions expected to be delivered this September or October of this year. 

Retired Section 

#06301-06375 series 2006-07 Optima Opus were Retired in November 2017. 06371 was the last unit to retire on November 17th, 2017

 Miami-Dade Transit #9801 was a 1998 NABI 40-LFW.02 model while #9802-9819 were 1999 units were Retired in 2009-10

#9701-9750 series 1998 NABI 416.11 were the last high floor Buses to be  retired in 2009-10 and regarded as the Hail Mary buses with those brakes they had. Making Miami-Dade Transit with the exception of the 67series buses an Low-Floor fleet

These photos goes to the perspective owners

feel free to use the pictures to add on to the roster or if you need them and are sucribed to Facebook groups The Bus Lounge or South Florida Transit take them to use with credit towards John Gamble as always have a great night 

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56 minutes ago, Mitsubishi Fuso 6512 said:

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I have edited all of the info that you provided about the power trains except the part where you said "#10101-10105 series 2010 Gillig BRT HEV 40' were equipped with Cummins ISB6.7" as the wiki says they have Cummins ISL9 engines. Unless you provide solid evidence that 10101-10105 have a ISB6.7 I'd rather not edit the wiki. All of the pics looked terrible except the second one which has no visible numbers on it. Unless I have written consent from the person who took that photo I'd rather not upload it. 

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9 hours ago, Mitsubishi Fuso 6512 said:

Which One 

Meaning you uploaded others  photos and information without consenting with people 

and you have no source of public transit ok

 

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10 hours ago, Gilligman2010 said:

Meaning you uploaded others  photos and information without consenting with people 

and you have no source of public transit ok

 

What are you talking about?

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3 hours ago, Imgursdownvote4love said:

What are you talking about?

I’ll explain this individual  in this thread is uploading photos that doesn’t belong to him which some photos in this thread belongs  to my friend  on FB and he didn’t give him permission to have his photos uploaded here 

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34 minutes ago, Gilligman2010 said:

I’ll explain this individual  in this thread is uploading photos that doesn’t belong to him which some photos in this thread belongs  to my friend  on FB and he didn’t give him permission to have his photos uploaded here 

He did, however, credit them both in the description and with a watermark.

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I've noticed some issues with the Miami-Dade wiki page.

First, some of the 2019 New Flyer XN40s are already delivered and in service. I can't confirm how many so far, but I did find a picture posted by Flickr user Mike Brocklebank in March of #19110. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikealaska/32486192327/in/faves-78648329@N02/

At the very least, units 18101-18263 are in service as also noted by Mike Brocklebank in March. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikealaska/32486192287/in/faves-78648329@N02/

I found a picture on Miami-Dade's Facebook of unit #17101. I didn't think they had any buses numbered in the 17100 series, but it turns out this bus was renumbered in the 18100 range. Not sure how many actually started as 17100's. https://www.facebook.com/GoMiamiDade/photos/a.636848669698821/1853554221361587/?type=3&theater

 

 

Also, I found a picture on Facebook of #16102. This isn't listed anywhere on the wiki page. I can't confirm how many there are, but I read somewhere else that there are only 5 of these buses and they are spec'd the same as 14131-14135. https://www.facebook.com/GoMiamiDade/photos/a.651021534948201/2163122383738101/?type=3&theater

 

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On 6/12/2019 at 12:56 AM, alexb320 said:

I've noticed some issues with the Miami-Dade wiki page.

First, some of the 2019 New Flyer XN40s are already delivered and in service. I can't confirm how many so far, but I did find a picture posted by Flickr user Mike Brocklebank in March of #19110. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikealaska/32486192327/in/faves-78648329@N02/

At the very least, units 18101-18263 are in service as also noted by Mike Brocklebank in March. https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikealaska/32486192287/in/faves-78648329@N02/

I found a picture on Miami-Dade's Facebook of unit #17101. I didn't think they had any buses numbered in the 17100 series, but it turns out this bus was renumbered in the 18100 range. Not sure how many actually started as 17100's. https://www.facebook.com/GoMiamiDade/photos/a.636848669698821/1853554221361587/?type=3&theater

 

 

Also, I found a picture on Facebook of #16102. This isn't listed anywhere on the wiki page. I can't confirm how many there are, but I read somewhere else that there are only 5 of these buses and they are spec'd the same as 14131-14135. https://www.facebook.com/GoMiamiDade/photos/a.651021534948201/2163122383738101/?type=3&theater

 

On 6/13/2019 at 12:06 AM, Mitsubishi Fuso 6512 said:

Miami-Dade Transit Fleet Roster for CPTDB Wiki is already updated this week by Chaohwa. Some of the photos were already posted with their permission from their respective owners. 

Miami-Dade Transit 18101-18269"

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Miami-Dade_Transit_18101-18269

 

Miami-Dade Transit 19101-19231

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Miami-Dade_Transit_19101-19231

The remainder of the 2020 New Flyer XN40s were expected to be delivered next year. Fleet numbers are #20261-20361 if Tentatively; among with 2020 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40' fleet numbers # 20101-20260 if necessary. 

 

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Miami-Dade Transit 2019 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40' #19232-19265 is currently on delivery as of this month and the 2nd batch of Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40 #20101-20186 will be delivered next year including the remaining 300 2020 new flyer XN40 #20187-20287

Pilot bus 19232 is at Gillig Corporation Factory in Livermore CA

 

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

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Can someone please update this fleet roster please? 

 

Active Roster

Fleet
Number(s)
Thumbnail Build
Date
Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
02101-02210 Miami-Dade Transit 02210-a.jpg 2002 NABI 40-LFW
(040.17)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B500R
  • They were the first buses with the Twin Vision Amber LED bright amber destination signs.
  • 02196-02205 were equipped with sliding windows.
  • 02206-02210 equipped with overhead luggage compartments and motorcoach type reading
  • lights and AC vents.
  • 02208-02210 were used on the MIA Tri-Rail shuttles, they have since been re-assigned to Coral Way Division. 
  • 02101-02102, 02104-02105, 02112, 02114, 02117-02119, 02125-02126, 02134, 02136, 02141-02142, 02144, 02147-02148, 02153, 02157, 02159, 02162, 02168, 02172, 02179, 02181, 02187, 02191, 02197, 02200, 02202, 02207, 02209 & 02210 are retired.
  • Received New Livery (circa Mid-2010s)
03101-03200 Miami-Dade Transit 03151-a.jpg 2003 NABI 40-LFW
(040.17)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR Allison B400R
  • 03154-03195 were equipped with luggage racks. 
  • 03196-3200 with different type seating. All are still in service as of January 2016.03190 in Airport Flyer livery[1]
  • Received new livery (circa Mid-2010s)
  • 03103, 03106, 03109-03110, 03115-03116, 03118, 03128-03130, 03135-03137, 03141, 03143, 03146-03147, 03149-03150, 03152, 03154, 03161, 03163-03164, 03167-03169, 03171, 03173, 03179, 03182-03185, 03188-03191, 03193, 03196 & 03200 are retired.
04101-04210 Miami-Dade Transit 04140-a.jpg 2004 NABI 40-LFW
(040.17)
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR Allison B400R
  • They are the last buses
  • delivered with the Detroit Diesel Series 50 engines except 04210 is powered by Cummins ISM engine.
  • Received new livery (circa Mid-2010s)
  • 04104-04107, 04109-04110, 04113, 04115, 04120, 04126, 04130, 04132-04134, 04136-04137, 04143, 04145, 04147-04148, 04151, 04155, 04161, 04166, 04169-04170, 04175, 04180-04183, 04188, 04192-04193, 04197 & 04208 are retired.
05101-05209 Miami-Dade Transit 05195-a.jpg 2005 NABI 40-LFW
(040.17)
Cummins ISM Allison B400R
  • 05101-05108, 05110-05170 were originally delivered with the blue/green "checkerboard" paint scheme, while 05171-05209 were originally delivered with the silver/green checkerboard paint scheme. All units later repainted in the new livery (circa mid-2010s).
  • 05142 is retired.
  • 05197 was wrecked and it was supporting a structure that has undergone irreparable damage to the support beams.
06101-06176 Miami-Dade Transit 06173-a.jpg 2006 NABI 40-LFW
(040.17)
Cummins ISM Allison B400R
  • They were originally delivered in the new silver/green/blue livery, later repainted in the new livery (circa mid-2010s).
  • 06125 & 06166 are retired.
06701-06713 Miami-Dade Transit 06703-a.jpg 2006 MCI D4500CL Detroit Diesel Series 60 Allison B500R
  • They were originally assigned to the 34 Flyer route from DLS to Florida City via
  • the Busway, later transferred to I-95 Express Routes in 2015. 
  • 06708 is retired.
09101-09113 Miami-Dade Transit 09113-a.jpg 2010 NABI 40-LFW HEV
(40LFW.48)
Cummins ISL Allison EP40
hybrid system

2009 Models.

First buses to feature new paint scheme.

First  hybrid buses in the fleet.

Feature restyled front caps and Frame less windows.

09501-09525 Miami-Dade Transit 09520-a.jpg 2009 NFI DE60LFA Cummins ISL Allison EP50
hybrid system

Delivered in 2010.

First Low-Floor Articulated Hybrid buses in the fleet. 

10101-10105 Miami-Dade Transit 10103-a.jpg 2010 Gillig BRT HEV 40'
(G30D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Allison H 40 EP
hybrid system
Delivered in spring 2011.
12301-12303 Miami-Dade Transit 12301-a.jpg 2012 Gillig BRT 29'
(G27E102N2)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.5

Single door. 

Only 30ft buses in the fleet. 

12301-12302 assigned to South Beach Local routes while 12303 assigned to Cutler Bay Route. 

14101-14130 Miami-Dade Transit 14111-a.jpg 2014 Gillig BRT HEV 40'
(G30D102N4)
Cummins ISB6.7 Allison H 40 EP
hybrid system

Features TwinVision Chroma front signs and TwinVision Amber LED Signs for side and rear. 

Ordered along with 14131-14135.

Featured framed windows. 

Delivered in September 2014 and entered service on February 2015.

14131-14135 Miami-Dade Transit 14133-a.jpg 2014 Gillig BRT 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins ISL9 Voith D864.5

Features TwinVision Chroma front signs and TwinVision Amber LED Signs for side and rear.

Order along with 14101-14135. Featured framed windows.

Delivered in September 2014 and entered service in February 2015.

15101-15115 Miami-Dade Transit 15115-a.jpg 2015 NABI 40-LFW Gen-III
(40.57)
Cummins ISL9 Allison B400R

Originally built for Broward County Transit, but the order was canceled due to funding issues.[2]

Delivered in Late 2016 and enter service in February 2017.

Features Tip-in Frameless windows, Sultrac AC Rooftop-Mounted and TwinVision Silver Smart White Led Headsigns. 

15501-15543 Miami-Dade Transit 2015 NABI 60-BRT HEV-a.jpg 2015 NABI 60-BRT HEV Cummins ISL9 Allison H 50 EP
hybrid system

Began delivery on August 2015.

Features TwinVision Chroma front signs and TwinVision Amber LED Signs for side and rear. 

16101-16105 Miami-Dade Transit 16102-a.jpg 2017 Gillig BRT 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins L9 Allison B400R

2016 Models.

Last Diesel buses ever ordered for Miami-Dade Transit. 

Featured Framed windows. 

First to feature front TwinVision Smart Series Silver signs, Features TwinVision Chroma front signs and TwinVision Amber LED Signs for side and rear TwinVision Smart Series Amber Signs for the side and rear. 

16501-16511 Miami-Dade Transit 16507-a.jpg 2016 NFI XDE60 Cummins ISL9 Allison H 50 EP
hybrid system

Feature front TwinVision Smart Series Silver signs, Features TwinVision Chroma front signs and TwinVision Amber LED Signs for side and rear TwinVision Smart Series Amber Signs for the side and rear.

16511 was loaned to Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority on September 2016 before being delivered to Miami-Dade Transit. 

Part of 21 bus order. 

17501-17510 Miami-Dade Transit 17501-a.jpg 2017 NFI XDE60 Cummins L9 Allison H 50 EP
hybrid system

Feature front TwinVision Smart Series Silver signs, Features TwinVision Chroma front signs and TwinVision Amber LED Signs for side and rear TwinVision Smart Series Amber Signs for the side and rear.

Options following the firm order of buses 16501-16511. [3]

  • 17504 out of service.
18101-18269 Miami-Dade Transit 18101-a.jpg 2018 NFI XN40 Cummins Westport L9N Allison B400R 

Part of the 300 unit bus order.

Second CNG buses purchased by Miami-Dade Transit.

On a partnership contract with Trillium CNG.[4]

Originally intended to be numbered in 17101-17269 range in 2017, but it later renumbered to 18101-18269 range in early 2018.

18101 is the pilot bus built in 2017 and it was originally numbered 17101.

Feature the New Updated Livery

19101-19231 Miami Date Transit 19204-a.jpg 2019 NFI XN40 Cummins Westport L9N Allison B400R 
  • Part of the 300 unit bus order.
  • On a partnership contract with Trillium CNG.[4]
  • Delivered over the course of 2018(?)-2019. All buses are 2019 models. 
  • 19111-19130 is equipped with Voith D864.6 Transmissions. 
19232-19265 Miami Dade Transit 19232-a.jpg 2019 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins Westport L9N Voith D864.6
  • On a partnership contract with Trillium CNG.[4]
  • Currently being delivered. 
  • Piggyback order from Orlando LYNX's CNG Negotiations order. 
20101-20187 Miami-Dade Transit 20102-a.jpg 2020 Gillig BRT Plus CNG 40'
(G27D102N4)
Cummins Westport L9N Voith D864.6
  • On a partnership contract with Trillium CNG.[4]
  • Currently being delivered. 
  • Piggyback order from Orlando LYNX's CNG Negotiations order. 

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