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On 10/1/2017 at 8:01 PM, TTC T6H-5307N 2252 said:

GO: Transit 2004 Orion V Suburban (Commuter Buses)

 

Technically, the last high-floor transit-type buses. GO's latest high-floor motorcoaches came in 2015.

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Medicine Hat Transit:

-2009 Goshen Sentinel (with wheelchair lift), retired 2015.

-1990 Classics (without wheelchair lift), retired 2011.

Calgary Transit full-size buses:

-1992 D40 (ordered new), retired 2013.

-2005 Classics (used), retired 2014.

On 10/3/2017 at 8:59 PM, ROSeaboyer said:

Saint John Transit: 1999 (Nova Bus RTS)

Technically they got used Classics in 2003

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1 hour ago, Imgursdownvote4love said:

Technically they got used Classics in 2003

Yep. Also missed was that Codiac bought 10 used Classics in 2008 (whoops)

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King County Metro last High floor bus was a 1998-1999 D60HF bus that retired in 2018. They still have Gillig High Floor buses, but that's getting replace by Gillig Low Floor buses

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2005: 10 former Connecticut Transit MCI Classics for Calgary Transit.

Other than that, it would be the 1992 MCI Classics

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Transit Windsor in 2008 with the used Classics from DRT

new in 1991 with classics and Orion V.

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On 4/9/2019 at 9:48 AM, Ra'akone said:

STM (previously STCUM): 1997, Novabus Classic. Since then, all ordered buses have been LFSes.

Actually, STM got there last Classics in 1995, Matter of fact they were the only one of the nine (ATUQ) transit companies that didn't have the Cummins C8.3 or Detroit Diesel Series 50 engines for the final production years of the Classic Model.

STO, on the other hand, got the final Classics ever built in 1997 and were also the only one of the nine (ATUQ) transit companies that ordered the final production years of the Classic Model with air-conditioning. 

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