User talk:Awesome cheese
BC Transit 2008 Polars
Hi there, thought I would explain why I reverted your two edits. There are three 2008 Polar units still listed in service on a BC Transit fleet roster dated January 2017, which is what I used to update that page earlier today. Until all units are retired from a series, the series should be left in the "Active" section. The standard is usually to leave the full series and not break it into "A, B-C, D-E" sections (and it looks significantly cleaner that way). --ArticulatedTalkContrib 04:24, 5 March 2017 (UTC)
CMBC bus batches
Hi, this involves three of your edits edits: https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Coast_Mountain_Bus_Company&diff=347673&oldid=347659, https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Coast_Mountain_Bus_Company&diff=347674&oldid=347673, https://cptdb.ca/wiki/index.php?title=Coast_Mountain_Bus_Company&diff=347675&oldid=347674. You don't break up bus batch columns and list the buses that are active in the batch, and put the retired buses that are from the same batch in the retired section. This can get really messy, especially with buses that were ordered in big batches that are in the process of retirement. The only time you move a bus column from the "Active" section to the "Retired" section are when the entire bus batch are retired. --Dr. BusFreak (talk) 05:53, 26 October 2017 (UTC)
Second BC Transit Vicinity Order
Not only is this order (4062-4070) separate, the front ends are different. The washer fluid fill point has been moved somewhere else. They simply don't belong on the same page.