BC Transit 8034-8048

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BC Transit 8034-8048 are New Flyer D40LF buses built in July 1994.

Engine Transmission Seating Destination Sign
Detroit Diesel Series 50 Voith D863.3 38 - American Seating Model 6484 Luminator Super Matrix:MAX

Details

All buses in the Victoria fleet were given names honouring the countries participating in the 1994 Commonwealth Games. These names (ie. Spirit of Canada) were displayed on the right side of the windshield of each bus.[1]

Fleet number Thumbnail Date VIN License plate Paint Status/System Notes
8034 Victoria Regional Transit System 8034-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL17RU015258 CD 0654 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
  • Assigned to Victoria
  • Named "Spirit of Malaysia" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Transferred to Nanaimo in February 2010
  • Transferred to Campbell River in 2013?
8035 Sunshine Coast Regional Transit 8035-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL19RU015259 ED 1099
(prev. 9504 JA)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
July 2015
8036 Victoria Regional Transit System 8036-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL10RU015260 DY 2175
(prev. 0173 YF)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
8037 Victoria Regional Transit System 8037-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL12RU015261 DV 0238
(prev. 9432 JA)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
June 2015
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Bangladesh" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Designated Training Bus: January 2015-June 2015.
  • Disposed December 2015.
8038 1994 2FYD2LL14RU015262 6398 BN CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
2017
8039 Victoria Regional Transit System 8039-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL16RU015263 DW 8086
(prev. 9436 JA)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
February 2015
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of England" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
8040 1994 2FYD2LL18RU015264 DW 8087
(prev. 9447 JA)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
June 2015
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Bahamas" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Scrapped July 2015.
8041 1994 2FYD2LL1XRU015265 CM 3823
(prev. 0160 YF)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
late 2016
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Scotland" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Transferred to Nanaimo in March 2010.
  • Transferred to Kelowna.
  • Transferred to Nanaimo.
8042 1994 2FYD2LL11RU015266 DW 8088
(prev. 9435 JA)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
June 2015
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Pakistan" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Scrapped July 2015.
8043 BC Transit 8043-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL13RU015267 AN 9436 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of South Africa" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Transferred to Nanaimo.
  • Transferred to Kamloops.
8044 1994 2FYD2LL1XRU015268 DW 8089
(prev. 0161 YF)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of British Virgin Islands" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Scrapped December 2014.
8045 1994 2FYD2LL11RU015269 DW 8091
(prev. 0176 YF)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Brunei" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Scrapped December 2014.
8046 1994 2FYD2LL13RU015270 DW 8092
(prev. 9434 JA)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
April 2015
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Falkland Islands" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Scrapped July 2015.
8047 1994 2FYD2LL15RU015271 CK 7916
(prev. 0175 YF)
CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif RETIRED
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Hong Kong" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Loaned to West Vancovuer for evaluation in November 1994.
  • Transferred to Nanaimo in June 2010.
  • Transferred to Kelowna.
8048 BC Transit 8048-a.jpg 1994 2FYD2LL17RU015272 HH 1551
(prev. CE 36340)
(prev. 9437 JA)
BC Transit Paint Icon.jpg RETIRED
  • Assigned to Victoria.
  • Named "Spirit of Namibia" for 1994 Commonwealth Games.
  • Oldest BCTransit bus to be repainted into blue and green livery.
  • Scrapped July 2015.


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  1. BC Transit Victoria fleet table showing names assigned to buses https://www.transitmuseumsociety.org/nextstop/Docs/Commonwealth%20Games%201994.pdf