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Everyone has told me that all the 00s and 01s have been retired. Can anyone confirm this?

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Is it safe to say that the 2019s are numbered 1901-1923?

There hasn't been anything higher tracking on Transee for months now.

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On 9/1/2019 at 3:46 AM, Busfanner 19 said:

Maybe 9701 came back from the dead 

I was going to say that the tracking unit may have been recycled onto another vehicle; however in this case, it is likely that the tracking unit was simply not removed. Only the maintenance department can confirm this... what if they have other larger priorities? It is not wholly unreasonable to assume that the bus is being kept on site as a parts source.

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0117 has returned to service on Route 26. It was last seen in service May 2019.

0109 has also returned to service on Route 65.

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On 10/1/2019 at 7:43 AM, STO_1601 said:

0117 has returned to service on Route 26. It was last seen in service May 2019.

0109 has also returned to service on Route 65.

Hence why I doubted you when you said all the 01s were retired so quikly.

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2 hours ago, Thomasw said:

Hence why I doubted you when you said all the 01s were retired so quikly.

Those two units were retired, but they were just put back into service. It happens sometimes!

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4 hours ago, STO_1601 said:

Those two units were retired, but they were just put back into service. It happens sometimes!

Again, no proof they were retired. Buses are often parked for long periods of time when they are not needed. The STL has reduced service in summer, no school runs, no extras and therefore they do not need as many buses. This has been repated on numerous occasions when repling to you, but you don't seem to get the message.

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