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week of January 6 Metropolitan Transportation Authority 100-b.jpg The CPTDB would like to wish everyone a Happy 2019!
week of January 13 Sound Transit 9570-a.jpg One of Sound Transit's 2011 New Flyer D60LFRs passing above the King Street Station.
week of January 20 & 27 Toronto Transit Commission 6382-a.jpg Following a winter storm, TTC 6382, a 1987 OBI |03.501, provides subway shuttle service on Yonge Street.
week of February 3 York Region Transit 1817-a.jpg York Region Transit's 2018 order of New Flyer Industries XD40 buses is starting to enter service. Unit 1817 is part of a batch of 35 buses.
week of February 10 Toronto Transit Commission 3446-a.jpg The TTC's brand new Nova Bus hybrid buses are steadily becoming a common sight in Scarborough. With a redesigned drive system from BAE Systems, the TTC anticipates greater reliability as well as savings of $10,000/bus/year in fuel costs.
week of February 17 Belleville Transit 9849-b.jpg A Mississauga Transit Orion VI? Nope! Looks like it at first glance, but this is actually Belleville Transit 9849 in its original paint scheme, posed for photos at the garage in July 2003.
week of February 24 Strayhound Scenicruiser-b.jpg This former Greyhound Lines General Motors PD-4501 Scenicruiser is on display in Historic Lowell, Arizona.
week of March 3 Metropolitan Transportation Authority R179 A train.jpg A Bombardier R179 trainset captured in February at 145th Street Station in Harlem on its first day of service on the A line.
week of March 10 Lion Electric Company Lion8 promotional-a.jpg Quebec-based electric bus manufacturer The Lion Electric Co. expanded their product line with the launch of the Lion8, a fully-electric Class 8 urban truck, on March 11.
week of March 17 Calgary Transit 8357-a.jpg Calgary Transit has recently placed their brand new Nova Bus LFS Natural Gas buses into service.
week of March 24 Pacific Coach Lines 3009.jpg Pacific Coach Lines will stop operations on March 31, 2019. They were known for their motorcoach services between Vancouver, Whistler and Victoria (via BC Ferries), British Columbia.
week of March 31 Metropolitan Transportation Authority 5659-a.jpg This past weekend was the final weekend for the remaining New Flyer D60 buses at MTA New York City Bus. 5659, a 2003 unit, loads here at the first stop on the Bx2 in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx.
week of April 7 Ottawa-Carleton Regional Transit Commission 4606-b.jpg OC Transpo recently placed their brand new Nova Bus LFS buses into service. The agency is taking delivery of 82 buses—purchased through the Metrolinx Transit Procurement Initiative.
week of April 14 Stylus Transportation 5607-a.jpg TEMSA coaches make their debut in Canada this week at the annual Ontario Transportation Expo. Damera Bus Sales is the authorized dealer for TEMSA in Canada.
week of April 21 Metropolitan Transportation Authority 5585-a.jpg One of the MTA's brand new Nova Bus LFS Artic buses picks up passengers at Broadway on an eastbound M23-SBS.
week of April 28 Sin Metro 14606-a.jpg One of Sun Metro's 2014 New Flyer XN60 buses on El Paso Street at West 3rd Avenue. Brio is El Paso's Bus Rapid Transit system. Two new corridors are set to open this year.
week of May 5 Metropolitan Transportation Authority 4971-a.jpg The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says a final farewell to the iconic RTS this week. Accumulating a massive fleet of RTS buses since the 1980s, their appearance has become associated with the city. The final buses in service were built by Nova Bus and served the city for around 20 years.
week of May 12 Amtrak 90230.JPG The Amtrak Cascades is seen here about to cross Braid Street in New Westminster.
week of May 19 Roam 1029-a.jpg Last week, Roam placed their brand new MCI D45 CRT LE coaches into service. The batch of four coaches are the first production units from MCI.
week of May 26 Metrolinx 6201-b.jpg Eglinton Crosstown LRT unit 6201 is seen on display at the maintenance and storage facility during the Doors Open event on May 25, 2019. Toronto Transit Commission will be responsible for the line's operation.
week of June 2 Toronto Transit Commission 3700-a.jpg On June 3, the Toronto Transit Commission placed their first battery-electric bus into service. The New Flyer XE40 made its debut on the route 35 Jane.

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