West Coast Express 906

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2006 MPI MP36PH-3C
In service 2006–present
Manufacturer Motive Power Industries
Model MP36PH-3C
Fleet numbers 906
Owner TransLink
Operator Bombardier Transportation
Lines served West Coast Express Logo and Symbol-a.png
Specifications
Length 21.34 m
Height 4.70 m
Weight 131,500 kg
Top speed 177 km/h
Fuel capacity 8810 L
Traction motor D87BTR
Traction alternator AR15
Engine model 645F3B
Horsepower 3,600
Cylinders 16

906 is a MPI MP36PH-3C locomotive owned by TransLink for use on the West Coast Express.

This locomotive, the only one of this model in the West Coast Express fleet, was the first locomotive ordered by TransLink for use on the West Coast Express, as well as the first locomotive ordered since service on the West Coast Express began in 1995. It was purchased as an additional unit to maintain capacity and prevent the requirement of VIA units for spares.

This is also the only MP36PH-3C unit in Canada.

Maintenance is done by Via Canada and operations are done by Bombardier Transportation.

Details

Fleet number Thumbnail Year Serial Number Notes
906 West Coast Express locomotive 906-a.jpg 2006
  • Only unit of this model in the fleet


v·d·e
West Coast Express Alternative Branding Logo-a.png
Fleet
Locomotives 901–905 906
Coaches 101–108 109 201–220 301–309 401–406
Stations
West Coast Express Logo-a.png Canada LineExpo LineSeaBus95 B-Line WaterfrontMillennium Line Moody CentreMillennium Line Coquitlam CentralPort CoquitlamPitt MeadowsMaple Meadows - Port HaneyMission City
TransLink
Transit Services

Coast Mountain Bus Company Logo-a.png SkyTrain Logo-a.png SeaBus West Coast Express Branding Logo-a.png West Vancouver Transit HandyDART

Fare Information

Compass CardCash FaresFare StructureUniversal Pass (U-Pass)TransLink West Coast Express bullet-a.png West Coast Express Fares

Plans and Projects

Expo Line Expo Line Fraser Highway ExtensionMillennium Line Millennium Line Broadway ExtensionPattullo Bridge Replacement

Other Divisions

Cycling NetworkRoads and BridgesTransit Police

Canadian Railroads
Freight
Canadian National
Canadian Pacific
Passenger
VIA Rail
GO
AMT
West Coast Express