Batavia Motor Coach Company

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Batavia Motor Coach Company is a previous public transit operator for the city of Batavia, New York

History

Service began after 1927, with the end of streetcar service by the Batavia Traction Company (built by the Buffalo and Williamsville Electric Railway) and ended in 1971, and was replaced by Batavia Bus Service (now, RTS-Genesee), operating under the public authority of the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority.

Roster

The Batavia Motor Coach Company operated with a fleet of General Motors "Old Look" transit buses.

Fleet
Number
Thumbnail Mfg Model Year (Month) Serial Width/
Length
Engine Transmission Notes
16 GMC TGH-2708 1951 (07) 0277
17 GMC TGH-3101 1952 (08) 0696

Routes

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References