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33382511421_286b20a4f7_k_d.jpgOakville Transit 2016 Grande West Vicinity 1609 is seen at Oakville GO Stn operating on route 4 Speers-Cornwall. These are the first Vicinity buses to be delivered to a transit system in Ontario.

 

33412765661_1f08be3c71_k_d.jpgToronto Transit Commission 2008 Orion VII NG HEV 1272 is seen at Finch Stn operating on route 53 Steeles East. This is the first bus repainted into the new livery. 

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IDK if im doing this right but...

1) A cluster of Translink Xcelsiors at 22nd Street station of the clean diesel and CNG variants

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2) New Flyer Invero at Ash Way Park And Ride: Community Transit operates 33 of these rare D40I models west of the Rocky Mountains

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A scene that will never happen again: 2 2003 Orion 7.501 CNG on routes Bx40 and Bx42 at Jerome Avenue and Burnside Avenue.

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New arrival: 2016 New Flyer XN40 #679 operating on the Bx36 at Tremont Avenue and Jerome Avenue.

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A 2015 Gillig BRT 35' laying over at Danbury HART Pulse point

 

33186297134_89a9e13e85_k.jpgHARTransit 2015 Gillig BRT 35' #205 on Route 2 by Xavier Trofisher, on Flickr

 

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A 2002 New Flyer D40LF awaiting departure to Hartford from Bishops Corner

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"Toronto Transit Commission 2010 Orion VII 07.501 NG #8160 seen at Main street Station operating on 135 Gerrard, this is the latest bus to be repainted into the new livery."

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Around a hundred of the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation's early-2000's-model Gillig Low Floors, the oldest Wayne-based unit in active service photographed here, continue to operate into 2017 despite newer vehicles, currently numbering nearly a hundred, entering service over the past several years with nearly a hundred more on order for this year.

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Great Canadian Coaches 1955-b.jpg (already uploaded to the wiki)

Great Canadian Coaches 1955 sits outside University of Windsor during a charter. 

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Ex TriMet 1997 D40LF #2015 seen in Downtown Portland, now owned by EcoShuttle.

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Cherriots 2005 Orion VII CNG #217 seen in Downtown Salem.

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SEPTA's new 2016 New Flyer MiDi MD30 at Paoli Station. SEPTA is likely among last transit operators to take delivery of these New Flyer Branded MiDi buses as New Flyer has announced it is transitioning production of medium duty MiDi buses to Alexander Dennis's North American Subsidiary plant in Nappanee, Indiana.

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Here is the 1994 New Flyer D40LF #993 Winnipeg Transit turning into Kildonan Park loop on route 32 North Main Express. Also one of my friends on Instagram told me that Winnipeg will soon be retiring these buses, I don't when but they say soon. Copyright Bus Photography of Manitoba and Justin R

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8 hours ago, Bus Photography MB said:

Here is the 1994 New Flyer D40LF #993 Winnipeg Transit turning into Kildonan Park loop on route 32 North Main Express. Also one of my friends on Instagram told me that Winnipeg will soon be retiring these buses, I don't when but they say soon. Copyright Bus Photography of Manitoba and Justin R

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Man my monitor must be on the fritz.... I had to rotate it 45 degrees to keep the bus from tipping over!

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