User talk:Jaymaud0804

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Moving pages

Hi there, please do not wipe the content of existing pages, and create a new page with the same content under a different title. If you wish to move a page, please make a note in the Modifying a page title thread on the forums, and one of the administrators/moderators will be able to move the existing page to the new title. This preserves the edit history for the page, and preserves any redirects. For now, I have restored the original Calgary Transit route 201 'Crowfoot / Somerset-Bridlewood' page and deleted your copy until an agreement on a name can be reached. Thank you for your co-operation. --ArticulatedTalkContrib 01:16, 9 October 2019 (UTC)

Sorry, I completely forgot about the edit history.

About the page names, I was basing it off of the Edmonton Transit Service Capital Line page. Jaymaud0804 (talk) 16:13, 9 October 2019 (UTC)

Page names

Hi Jaymaud0804,

I'd say go ahead and create the page. If you end up finding more fleet numbers in the future, just add them to the page and I will rename the page once you can confirm the total amount of fleet numbers in the batch. Let me know if it needs to be renamed on this page. Thanks for reaching out.

DD 6V92TA

11/3/2019 9:27 AM PST

Yorkton Transit

Can I ask what your source of information is for Yorkton Transit having twelve (12) 2018 Ford Transit vans? They run a two route system that only requires one vehicle in service at a time... I find it incredibly difficult to see why they would ever need *that* many vehicles. All media sources I've seen says they purchased 2 units that entered service on February 1, 2019 for the new fixed-route network. --ArticulatedTalkContrib 22:15, 25 November 2019 (UTC)

From the article, "The bus on those routes will be different as well, with the old bus replaced by 12 passenger vans."

I suspect that they have two in service at one time (I believe they have a 1 hour loop, but half-hourly service), as well as a dial-a-bus service. Can't confirm the latter, though. I hope to go to Yorkton sometime in the next year or so, at which time I can see for myself how this service is run. Jaymaud0804 (talk) 05:49, 30 November 2019 (UTC)

https://www.saskabilities.ca/contact/contact-us/access-transit/yorkton-access-transit

Yorkton Transit does, in fact, operate an access transit service. The other 8(?) buses are for that. Jaymaud0804 (talk) 06:06, 30 November 2019 (UTC)

"12 passenger vans" refers to the number of seats, not the number of vehicles purchased. This official press release states that there were "two new 12 passenger vans", and that the fixed-route system would consist of "two - 30 minute loops". If you take a look at the route map and schedule on the website, you'll see the South Line starts its trips on the :00 and the last timepoint is on the :23, and the North Line starts its trips on the :30 with its last timepoint on the :50. This information took me all of 5 minutes of searching on Google to find. Please ensure you do not continue to upload speculation or your personal assumptions to the Wiki, or else your editing privileges will be restricted. Consider this your final warning. --ArticulatedTalkContrib 17:10, 30 November 2019 (UTC)