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Fairfax Connector #1738, a 2017 New Flyer Xcelsior XD40 bus, operating from Franconia-Springfield Metro on Route 334. This bus (and nine others) was originally owned by North Carolina-based Wolfline before it was (temporarily) acquired by FCDOT in late 2021.

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WMATA 2006 New Flyer DE40LF 6006 and DE40LFRs 6043 and 6047 sitting inside Landover Division in June, 2021. These buses were pulled abruptly from service after June 17, 2021 and since retired. These buses are no longer on WMATA property and have since been shipped off for scrap.

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Grand River Transit 22106 a 2021 VMC Classic at Ainslie Terminal. This is their first 30 foot order for Conventional service. They can be found in Kitchener and Cambridge.

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A lineup of Metrobuses (two NABI 42 BRTs, two D40LFRs, one XDE40, and one XD40) parked at Western garage in Washington DC waiting to be deployed for the PM rush hour. Featured from furthest to closest are 8063, 7147, 4612, 6148, 8074, and 6172.

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Sunday, June 19, 2022. 13:34 pm (2), 13:35 pm (3).

Seattle Center.

I went to the event “Festival Sundiata” Black Live Matter, Juneteenth.

King County Metro coach number (8139) XDE60. 2017 Bus. Only 2 doors and during step passenger 57 seating to use on the Suburban. Special scheme "Black Lives Matter" displayed the park close to International Fountain and side Center House Seattle.

 

 

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Dayton RTA # 2068, a Gillig NexGen trolley coach, is seen departing the Wright Plaza Transit Terminal on June 16, 2022. The destination sign shows a common problem with many transit systems these days. Dayton is short bus drivers and is looking to hire.

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Today, DASH Alexandria Transit Company hosted a ceremonial final run for their Orion Vs, ending 38 years of operating Orion type buses, and are also the final Orion V type buses in the DMV region (DC, MD, VA area). Orion V buses 96 & 97 operated between Pentagon & King-Street Metrorail stations via Braddock Road station. 97 will be donated to the NJ Transportation Heritage Center.

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