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This bus is one of my favorites, 

I took this photo with my LG K20 Plus cell phone.

Spokane Transit Authority 2006 Gillig Advantage Low-Floor fleet #2601 in a special scheme, the ONLY Spokane Transit Authority bus in this specific scheme.

20171225_102752.thumb.jpg.82f63b73c25aeb7002750d223a014ddc.jpg#2601 parked in front of the bank of america building, sitting for layover before going to the plaza

IMG_20180918_075315.thumb.jpg.1ae4802639f0a80bacaad1a5096f93c0.jpg#2601 sitting at plaza Zone 8 for people to board it before starting its route, (20 SFCC to Spokane Falls Community College)

I have two pics of the same bus, either/or can be picked.

 

Notes: This bus is known as the "Stars and Stripes Bus." ,

This bus is also used in the spokane Lilac Festival parade sometimes

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On 11/18/2018 at 11:35 PM, The TransitMan said:

This is one of Suffolk Transit's NEWEST bus. This was taken at Sunrise Coaches in Greenport (Long Island), NY. This is part of a fleet of XDE40 buses #7001-7010. Submitted for your approval.

 

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Hi. I'm having a hard time with this but can someone please post this picture in the Suffolk Transit roster page? I'm ok with it as long as I get credit for the photo. Thanks in advance!

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On 1/16/2019 at 6:23 PM, The TransitMan said:

Hi. I'm having a hard time with this but can someone please post this picture in the Suffolk Transit roster page? I'm ok with it as long as I get credit for the photo. Thanks in advance!

You're a wiki editor. ???????

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Metropolitan Transportation Authority 9509, a 2018 New Flyer "Xcelsior" XDE40 is seen here on the M9 heading uptown to Kips Bay at Park Row & Frankfort Street in Lower Manhattan.

Two XDE40s (9501 with the Allison H 40 EP hybrid system and 9509 with the BAE HDS 200 hybrid system) have been transferred from Grand Avenue depot in Brooklyn to Michael J. Quill Depot in Manhattan for testing purposes as the agency considers an order of 275 more hybrid buses due for award later this year.

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