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Jan. & Feb. 2017 Calgary Transit 1625-a.jpg At the end of 2016, Calgary Transit placed their new Grande West Vicinity buses into service. Calgary awarded Grande West a contract to supply 10 30-foot buses.
week of February 26 Coast Mountain Bus Company 16101-a.jpg A 2016 New Flyer Industries XD40, one of 40 added to the Coast Mountain Bus Company fleet in 2016. Photo: Cathay 888
week of March 5 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission 8131-a.jpg An OC Transpo 2015 Alexander Dennis Enviro500 is seen here at Mackenzie King station. Photo: Youngjin Ko
week of March 12 New Orleans Regional Transit Authority 2008-a.jpg Pictured is a New Orleans Regional Transit Authority streetcar replica of their current oldest rolling stock, originally built in 1923-1924. Photo: Timothy Choi
week of March 19 Spruce Grove Transit 6901-a.jpg Spruce Grove Transit acquired 6 New Flyer XD40 buses to operate the commuter service between Spruce Grove and Edmonton, replacing ETS buses previously running this service. Photo: Theodore Leung
week of March 26 Société de transport de l'Outaouais 8202-b.jpg Ex-STO #8202, a 1982 General Motors T6H-5307N, is seen here posed at the Cogeco Amphitheater - special thanks to the owners. Photo: Alexander Ly
week of April 2 VIA Metropolitan Transit 409-a.jpg VIA Metropolitan Transit operates three VIVA routes, serving popular attractions in San Antonio, TX. #409 is a 2016 New Flyer XN40 wrapped for the service. Photo: transit addict 327
week of April 9 Community Transit 24402-a.jpg Community Transit operates 33 New Flyer D40i buses. The D40i, or Invero, was introduced in 1999, but never gained significant market share and was discontinued in 2007. Photo: Express691
week of April 16 Société de transport de l'Outaouais 1601-a.jpg STO #1601 is a 2016 Nova Bus LFS Artic HEV, one of the first such buses to operate in Canada. Photo: Anyfong
week of April 23 Calgary Transit 2256-a.jpg Calgary Transit #2256, a 2007 Siemens SD160 LRV, is seen downtown at 3rd Street West station. Photo: Nicholas Blonski

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