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Société de transport de Montréal 36-903 with Fondation de l'héritage du transport en commun du Québec 14-008 outside UITP 2017.

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May 30, 2016 and the work to reopen Fort McMurray after the wildfire is now underway. Whoosh and their drivers were instrumental in helping transport all of those who were going up to Fort McMurray to help reopen the city to it's residents from surrounding oil-related camps into the City. Seen at the Hanginstone camp are a pair of XD40's sandwiching a D40LF in the old livery. That was my 5th day up there but that was the first ray of sun since the day we headed up!

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On 2017-05-16 at 3:41 PM, leylandvictory2 said:

to celebrate the GO 50th anniversary, 104, a RTC-85 was donated to the Toronto Train Museum. 

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I visited the Museum and I enjoyed taking the Photos there

Keep GOing 

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BC Transit 2016 - 2017 New Flyer Industries XN40, 1087, in service for Regional District of Nanaimo Transit System on 20A to 'Dover - Downtown.' 

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1087 by Blue Bus Fan, on Flickr 

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BC Ferries M/V Queen of Nanaimo last single car deck vessel designed by Philip F. Spaulding in BC Ferries fleet. M/V Queen of Nanaimo will operate on route 9 which sails from Southern Gulf Island to Tsawwassen until the M/V Salish Eagle takes over route 9 on September 5th, 2017. 

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Queen of Nanaimo by Blue Bus Fan, on Flickr

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MiWay 2014 New Flyer XD40 #1401 sits outside Hershey Centre during a sunset while on Carassauga Route C on May 27, 2017. 

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Metropolitan Transportation Authority 2017 XN40 #785 lays over in the bus stop at the corner of Narrows Avenue and Mackay Place in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

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Metropolitan Transportation Authority 2017 XN40 #780 sits parked on a residential street in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

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A rare route and a rare bus. The route 157 provides service to the Edmonton Youth Offenders Centre and the Edmonton Remand Centre. The route only does 2 round trips in the morning peak, and 1.5 trips in the afternoon peak with no weekend service. The 157 is in it's final days as it will be cancelled effective July 2nd. #93 is a 2013 ElDorado Passport HD on a IC Bus LC series chassis and is part of a fleet of 6 units rostered by ETS with this body/ chassis combination. It's believed that the only other similar bus in transit service in Canada is one that runs in dial a bus service for Halton Hills.

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The Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation has placed into service the first of 80 buses slated to be delivered this year. They will retire the remaining 22301-series and 23301-series Gillig Low Floors.

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Here's a special kind bus.. Winnipeg Transit 419 (The community Relations Bus) This bus is for non profit agencies in Winnipeg who wants to advertise there ads on this bus for free! For more info visit www.winnipegtransit.com or call 311

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CTtransit 110 & 480 are seen moving down Temple Street in New Haven, CT. Both are scheduled to be replaced by New Flyer XD40s by 2020, making the Xcelsior the dominant bus model in New England, and Cummins the dominant engine manufacturer.

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1732 is one of 125 New Flyer XD40s scheduled to be delivered to Connecticut to replace their aging fleet of (2001-2005) New Flyer D40LFs.

 

 

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Strathcona County Transit 2005 Nova Bus LFS departing Downtown Edmonton as a route 401 on 100 St. The bus has been wrapped in a Canada 150 wrap based upon material by the CUTA and CTHF highlighting the evolution of public transit technology. 

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 Spciété de transport de Lévis 1604 seen here operating on the "Quai Paquet" shuttle. Wrap cannot be more summertime then that !

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OCTA 5510 at Goldenwest Transportation Center on May 20, 2017. As of late 2015, OCTA Bus is now OC Bus. These buses were repowered from Cummins Westport C Gas Plus engines as of last year. This bus is a 2007 New Flyer Industries C40LFR built 10 years ago.

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Yamhill County Transit Area 1992 BIA Orion I 01.507 bus 1560 seen at the McMinnville Transit Center. These buses were transferred from Salem-Keizer Transit (Cherriots) in January 2016 and are still being used in service as of July 2017. These are currently the oldest buses operating in Oregon.

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Yamhill County Transit Area 1992 Orion I 01.507 1560, Ex - Cherriots 1560

 

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2013-2016 Nova LFS Articulated Seen on Septa Route 14 near one of the major stops at Comly. The Fleet number is probably 7350, meaning its from the first batch. I chose this picture because it is the highest quality picture I have in general. I hope it is not too low in quality.

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