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I made some minor changes to the exo page.

Officially the name is exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain and should reflect that in the page title. Official documents refer to exo in all small letters.

Starting next week, I have a little time on my hands and will be starting the process of migrating the old CIT pages witht he cahnges brought with the new system.

Eventually page titles and links will have to be changed, but all references to exo name should be in small letters and no capitals.

Please rename the following page to exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Exo

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Looks good! Thank you for your time.

Usual convention is to have the fleet number in the first column, but that's not a big deal.

In regards to the retired buses listed, I think we should not have them on the exo page and leave them on the Blus page since they never operated under the exo name. An example of this situation is the STCUM page in comparison to the STM page.

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52 minutes ago, Kevin L said:

Looks good. A few changes I would suggest to bring it more in line with the other pages on the wiki.

  • Link the manufacturer/model/engine/trans to their pages
  • Adding a VIN column

Will do, I was just testing some stuff and wanted feedback before finalizing the page.

 

2 hours ago, ADB said:

Looks good! Thank you for your time.

Usual convention is to have the fleet number in the first column, but that's not a big deal.

In regards to the retired buses listed, I think we should not have them on the exo page and leave them on the Blus page since they never operated under the exo name. An example of this situation is the STCUM page in comparison to the STM page.

Perfect, I will remove the retired buses, and only put them once exo starts retiring some buses.

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For the new Greater Montreal Agencies template, I have made this :

sS076Me.png

It shows more clearly that exo, RTL, STL and STM dosen't belong to the ARTM. Also this version emphasizes that St-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Joliette have no connection with the ARTM (except being in the same region).

Link here : https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Template:New_Greater_Montreal_Agencies

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@MTL66 Do you want help for the exo transition?

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On 8/6/2018 at 4:37 PM, FelixINX said:

For the new Greater Montreal Agencies template, I have made this :

sS076Me.png

It shows more clearly that exo, RTL, STL and STM dosen't belong to the ARTM. Also this version emphasizes that St-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Joliette have no connection with the ARTM (except being in the same region).

Link here : https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Template:New_Greater_Montreal_Agencies

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@MTL66 Do you want help for the exo transition?

Any help is appriciated, just send me a message of which exo you are doing. I have updated rosters for most.

 

Use the exo CRC page as a template 

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I've started collecting data for the 2021 Street Side Guide and updated the exo CRC roster. I wanted to get the most information about this particular sector as the contractor is changing in June 2021. Info is accurate as of December 10th.

The first retired buses will start to appear on exo pages as buses have started to retire since exo took over.

https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php/Exo_Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan

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