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Revision as of 00:50, 5 December 2019

BC Transit 8772-8779 were General Motors Diesel Division T6H-4521 buses built for BC Hydro and Power Authority in 1969. Transferred to Urban Transit Authority/Metro Transit Operating Company in 1979. UTA/MTOC renamed BC Transit in 1982 In 1975 all Victoria buses were renumbered on paper into 8000 series (8746-8753) but only the last three digits were displayed on the buses. Some of these units transferred to Municipal systems and renumbered to Unified Provincial Fleet numbers as noted.

Engine Transmission Differential Seated Capacity Seat Type Rear Door Interior Style Workstation refit Destination Sign
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9 4.72:1 43 OTA220 Bench 2 pc. Push Type Vic35ftinterior.jpg No Rollsign

Details

Fleet number Thumbnail Date VIN UPFnumber Paint Status/System Notes
8772 1969 C037 6150 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8773 1969 C038 6151 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8774 1969 C039 6152 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8775 1969 C040 6153 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8776 1969 C041 6154 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8777 777.jpg 1969 C041 6155 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8778 1969 C043 6156 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
8779 1969 C044 6157 CMBC Paint Icon bct.gif Retired
  • assigned to BC Hydro Transit Victoria as 779
  • to OTC as temp bus during Oak St Bridge rebuild in 1995
  • retired in 1995