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|week of January 5||Canadian National Railway ES44AC #3878, one of the units to receive the 100th Anniversary paint schemes, is in charge of train #416 while skirting the Athabasca River at Solomon on CN's Edson Subdivision.|
|week of January 12||Winnipeg Transit 477, a 1999 New Flyer Industries D40LF, is seen working route 162.
This series of Winnipeg Transit D40LFs is in the process of being retired.
|week of January 19||Cantrail Coach Lines 463, a 2016 Prevost H3-45, is seen on a snowy road.|
|week of February 2||GO Transit 8116 on route 46 in 2013 sporting the older livery. They have all since been refurbished.|
|week of February 9||Ottawa Paramedic Service 4320, a 2004 Nova Bus LFS is seen on Canada Day 2019.|
|week of February 16 & 23||On February 12, New York bid farewell to the last of the R42 class of subway cars. Built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1969 and 1970, they were in service for 50 years.|
|week of March 1||Mississauga Transit 3004, a Thomas conventional body on a Ford B700 chassis, captured at the Wolfedale Garage in March 1975.|
|week of March 8||Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority 1403, a 2014 Vossloh-Kiepe-Gillig BRT ETB 40' dual-mode trolleybus, is seen on route 4 after its livery was changed from the original dark grey scheme.|
|week of March 22||On March 15, 2020, transit fans participated in a day-long charter to say farewell to Calgary Transit's 1996/1999 New Flyer Industries D40LF fleet, which is currently retiring. 7632 is pictured at Westbrook LRT Station posed as the former 72 Circle Route.|
|week of March 29||One of TTC's new BYD Auto K9M buses with no number seen at Eglinton on February 19, 2020.|
|week of April 12||Winnipeg Transit 398, a BLUE Line rapid transit bus, departs Chevrier Station destined for the University of Manitoba. The destination sign displays "Practice Social Distancing" in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|week of April 26||Halifax Transit 715 is the first New Flyer DE60LFR with the new livery. CPTDB extends condolences to all those affected by the Nova Scotia tragedy.|
|week of May 10||Late last month, the TTC and GO Transit held a parade to honour healthcare workers in Toronto. A variety of specially decorated vehicles headed down University Avenue from Queen's Park.|