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Coast Mountain Bus Company (Translink) bus #7445, New Flyer Industries D40LF (2001), was captured running on route 22 (Knight) in Downtown Vancouver on a Sunday morning. 7445 was manufactured in the year of 2001. The classic blue-yellow-blue livery was definitely one of the most attractive liveries among all the Translink buses. So far, there are only 4 remaining D40LF buses, 7445 is one of them, along with 7438, 7439, and 7443. These buses are quite rare to run in downtown routes, despite their division being set to Downtown Vancouver.              

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We are just 18 days away from seeing the final of the legendary NABI 40lfws of Miami-Dade Transit Retire. Currently there are just 8 left in revenue service, with a handful left as training buses. Seen in this picture is 06141 laying over between runs on route 183. One of 7 2006 NABI 40lfws left. As the days get closer, we prepare to get our final rides and say goodbye to these buses.

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OC Transpo D40i #4203 gets a rest at Place d'Orleans after completing a local route. The invero is becoming rarer and rarer in Ottawa, however they are still absolute workhorses, and that's shown by the 20 years of continuous service. Their full retirement is scheduled for 2025, however as the Stage 2 extensions continue to be delayed, those plans could change

 

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As of October 28, 2023, Montgomery & West Side IBOA (also known as A&C Bus) has closed its doors after 96 years of operation. A&C Bus was one of many private bus companies that operated NJ Transit owned buses, operating in Jersey City, New Jersey. Due to ridership not picking up to pre-COVID levels, and a lack of federal funding, A&C Bus announced their closure in July 2023. In response, NJ Transit announced on September 29, 2023, they will takeover their routes beginning on October 28, 2023. 

Here we see a 2013 NABI 416.15 (6475) operating on Route 30 heading to Journal Square Transportation Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. This particular bus, and the rest of the A&C Bus fleet would be picked up by NJT mechanics the next day to be driven to their overhaul facility to be repainted into NJ Transit colors. Also there is a farewell sign from A&C themselves expressing their patronage to the city of Jersey City. Long live the red stripe!

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Seen here is Western Air C6-SAR Embraer E8J Series Aircraft was waiting for Takeoff at the New Bight Airport in Cat Island ready to head back to Nassau on National Heroes Day (Monday, October 9) on the afternoon flight. At the time the photo was taken, the Construction of the Arthur's Town Airport refurbishment project in North Cat Island is still ongoing. 

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Vixen reindeer bus in Vancouver in the winter time. Something to consider for November or December as a festive one. It is currently sat at SE Marine dr and Kerr st in this photo, it had just picked someone up, and is now ready to get on it's way to Marpole Loop.

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Miway 2005 New Flyer D40LF #0559 Can be seen at City-Centre Transit Terminal

Both pics were taken on different dates and were taken by me.

It was on route 10 Bristol-Britannia on June 22nd, 2023 & on route 17 Hurontario on June 24th, 2023.

I give permission for these photos to be on the CPTDB Wiki Page for Front and Rear Photos of this unit if needed.

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New Jersey Transit recently repainted one of its NABIs into the Public Service Transportation/Transport of New Jersey livery. Public Service Transportation was a former bus operator, founded in 1917 and was bought out by NJ Transit in 1980. The company was owned by  thePublic Service Corporation, which is now the Public Service Electric and Gas Company.

Bus 6379, a 2013 NABI 416.15 was given this special livery for NJ Transit, which consists of a light grey and blue scheme, and the red Public Service logo at the front. Bus 6379 is operating on Route 1 in Jersey City, New Jersey, heading towards Downtown Newark, New Jersey.

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