Detroit Department of Transportation 2100e-2103e

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Detroit Department of Transportation 2100e-2103e is wheelchair accessible.

Detroit Department of Transportation 2100e-2103e are 2021 Proterra ZX5 40' buses. These buses were funded through a $2.6 million grant by the Federal Transit Administration that was split with Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation for what became SMART units 4024-4027. Delivery began by February 4, 2022, initially in an all-white scheme, receiving the livery wrap (a combination of the 2018 version of the "Doublemint Gum" livery with the rear from the 2019 "Doublemint Gum" livery) shortly after delivery.

They entered service following an unveiling at the Rosa Parks Transit Center on May 23, 2022.[1]

They can usually be found on routes 4 Woodward and 31 Mack.

Engine Transmission Seating Destination sign
Proterra ProDrive Eaton EEV-7202 38 4ONE Aries 4MA Luminator Horizon

Details

Fleet
Number
Thumbnail Build
Date
VIN License Plate Terminal Status/Disposal Notes
2100e 2021 7JZTH13JXMS000521 Shoemaker Active
  • First battery electric bus to be shown to the public and the first to enter service.
  • Unveiled at the Rosa Parks Transit Center on May 23, 2022.
  • Entered service on May 23, 2022 on route 31.
2101e 2021 7JZTH13J1MS000522 Shoemaker Active
2102e 2021 7JZTH13J3MS000523 Shoemaker Active Entered service on May 24, 2022 on route 9.
2103e 2021 7JZTH13J5MS000524 082X500 Shoemaker Active Entered service on May 23, 2022 on route 4.

References

  1. Detroit adds first 4 electric buses to DDOT fleet, WXYZ-TV Detroit, May 23, 2022.
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Current Low Floor 1201-1242, 1400-1430, 1500-1508, 1519-1538, 1700-1728, 1800-1829, 1900-1924, 2000-2025, 2200-2239, 2300-2309
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