Brampton Transit 1575-1579

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Brampton Transit 1575-1579 are New Flyer XDE60 buses built in 2014. These were purchased as expansion units. They are exclusively used for Brampton Züm.

Engine Hybrid system Seating Destination sign
Cummins ISL9 330 hp Allison H 50 EP 4ONE Mariella Luminator Horizon

Details

Fleet number Thumbnail Date VIN License plate Garage Notes
1575 Brampton Transit 1575-a.jpg 2014 2FYH8YU16EC045111 457 5BK

(prev. 852 5BH)

Sandalwood
1576 Brampton Transit 1576-a.jpg 2014 2FYH8YU18EC045112 852 7BH Sandalwood
1577 2014 2FYH8YU1XEC045113 437 1BK

(prev. 852 6BH)

Sandalwood
1578 2014 2FYH8YU11EC045114 852 4BH Sandalwood
1579 2014 2FYH8YU13EC045115 395 3BL

(prev. 852 3BH)

Sandalwood


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Active Fleet
D40LF 0201-0221, 0301-0317, 0401-0435
Nova LFS 0601-0621, 0622-0638, 0701-0715, 0801-0810, 0811-0827, 0901-0916, 0917-0926, 1401-1415, 1501-1519, 1601-1623, 1701-1713, 1801-1823, 1901-1916
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XDE40 1050-1074, 1150-1165, 1250-1251
XDE60 1275-1294, 1475-1484, 1575-1579, 1580-1592, 1675-1682, 1775-1785, 1875-1885, 1975-1976, 2075-2084
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Garages Clark Blvd. Facility - Sandalwood Facility
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