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Posted by KNIGHTRIDER3:16 on 24 October 2012 - 09:25 PM
Posted by The Real on 01 July 2012 - 08:59 PM
Blog Post: http://ttmg.org/blog...0s-come-to-nyc/
and one freebie...
Posted by Acela Express on 31 August 2012 - 06:26 PM
You don't have a girl, do you...
WHAT THE f**k ARE YOU SERIOUS, HELL NO, IM GOING TO THE COMUNTTY Leaders board and im complaining , this is BULLSHIT, I know UP don't want the LFS, but QV doesn't want em ether, they can't FIT people f**king morons I swear, QV had most of the LFS garbage on the Q1 and 88
Posted by Mr Railfan on 11 March 2013 - 06:00 PM
I found this short movie pretty funny and thought i would share:
Posted by Dan05979 on 14 February 2013 - 02:43 AM
There making a comeback after 21 years but not for the passengers. Converting them into Pump Trains @ 207 Street shop.
Photos I took 2.14.13
Gutted A car interior
Posted by Dj Hammers on 04 July 2012 - 06:07 PM
Posted by peacemak3r on 29 October 2012 - 09:59 PM
Posted by mark1447 on 15 October 2012 - 06:24 PM
Video of the XD60:
Posted by The Real on 22 August 2012 - 09:34 PM
Has BEEN kiboshed
The 6000-Series Orion 05.501s will remain as they are. The new Nova Bus fleet numbers are now set to be #5770-5999, 1290-1387.
OH, and there is a spec change in the seats on the 1290 and up batch.
That is all...
(I told you guys the MTA changes their minds like MOST of us change our underwear....DAILY!)
Posted by Acela Express on 10 November 2012 - 01:52 AM
3 LFSAs were transferred from Quill this evening - 5827, 5830, and another LFSA.
From what I was told, the Far Rockaway branch of the A train will be down for the next 6 months to undergo repairs from devastation of Hurricane Sandy. They will be running shuttle buses to and from the Rockaways from selected depots, with Flatbush being the closest for access to the Rockaways from Brooklyn.
We're expected to have 3 more later on tomorrow (Saturday).
And I heard we're to have a total of 20, for now. I'll find out more as I hear it.
Training starts this weekend; I'll be taking one of the classes before my run starts Sunday evening.
edit: I'll try to get in early for some pics in backyard with all 6 LFSAs, if possible.
Posted by Brett on 14 October 2012 - 05:55 PM
Posted by R33WF on 11 December 2012 - 04:12 PM
Posted by The Real on 27 July 2012 - 12:04 PM
This is the beginning of a series of photos I will be posting back from when I was a teen and first started shooting bus photos with disposable and point & shoot 35mm cameras, before digital..back when you didn't know if you F$&#ed up a photo until AFTER you spent your money developing the roll of flim (God the hobby was so much more expensive back then). So sit back and Enjoy!
Posted by Daniel The Cool on 18 July 2012 - 08:36 PM
Video coming later
Posted by Snowblock on 03 January 2013 - 12:55 PM
Posted by Daniel The Cool on 29 September 2012 - 11:08 PM
More coming up later
Posted by East New York on 03 August 2011 - 09:03 PM
Last Update 7/25/14
Bus Operations is the surface transit division of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (New York), created in 2008 to consolidate all bus operations operated by the MTA. The BO fleet consists of over 5,900 buses of various types and models for fixed-route service, providing service in New York City, the western edge of Nassau County and the city of Yonkers. BO is not currently publicly used as a brand.
The current public brands are: New York City Bus, & Bus.
Note: Effective January 1, 2012 the MTA ended it's service contract with Nassau County. The new bus service; Nassau Inter-County Express, (NICE) is operated under a new contract by Veolia Transportation. www.nicebus.com
NICE Fleet Roster
All Current & Proposed Orders
300 Prevost X3-45 Commuter Coaches (Pilot in service)
276 New Flyer XD40 "Xcelsior" Buses (Pilots due August) See Contract below
414 NovaBus LFS Buses (Pilots due October) See Contract below
389 Cummins Diesel Engines (Pilot in service)
Regular Line-Haul Fleet (New procurement)
2014-15 Prevost X3-45 Commuter Coach : 45 foot high floor Diesel express coach
Pilot delivered #2490
- 2315-2399, 2490-2704
Pilot delivered and accepted #3563 (program pending Capitol Projects 2015-2019)
- 4020-4039, 4140-4169, 4483-4512, 4631-4655. Orion VII Next Gen fleet numbers TBA and unconfirmed.
Upcoming order, deliveries & demonstrations. (Months shown reflect current award or project "due by" date.)
- Accept 300 Prevost express buses. 2490-2492 delivered
- Award 32 express buses (MTABC). Procurement plans cancelled and superseded by Prevost order which will bump MCI coaches to MTABC depots. -Effective immediately
- Award 45 standard 40 foot buses (MTABC) - September 2014
- Award 331 ***Articulated Buses. Procurement delayed, schedule & TA depot assignments TBA. The order will also be spit into two programs.
- 75 Buses for BC: Baisley Park, and JFK depots - September 2014
- 256 Buses for TA - April 2015
- Award 388 diesel engines for conversion of Hybrid buses to standard diesel power. (MTABC)
- Award up to 700 standard 40 foot buses to either New Flyer or Nova (Active Options)
Note: Dates of award, delivery schedule, depot assignments, and technical details all subject to change. All information will be updated accordingly.
Depots (Major Projects Only)
Starting January 2015 several bus depots in all 5 boroughs will begin or continue in-house rehabs to modernize the facilities, increase productivity, and lower costs.
East New York - Currently in the planning stage is a brand new state-of-the-art facility for the merged bus operations of NYCTA and MTABC. The new building will be located and constructed at the East New York Bus Depot site, which currently serves as MTA's Surface Transit Operations Headquarters. This facility will feature brand new bus dispatch capabilities which will be merged with MTABC, as all buses across the fleet will have their radios replaced for one common system. This will begin the much awaited official merger of New York City Transit's TA and OA divisions with that of MTA Bus Company. All buses will also have their fareboxes replaced for units that will be common to both Transit and Bus Co.
Jamaica - Construction of the new Jamaica Depot is now in the first phase of planning. These discussions include the finalization of the location, the acquisition of property, site preparation, and the overall design of the new depot. The official project completion date is not known as the planning has just begun.
126th Street - After years of talk and speculation, the fate of Manhattans only TA depot is now known. Well.... Almost. The 126th street depot located in East Harlem, will be decommissioned this fall 2014. Bus operations will be transferred to the brand new Mother Clara Hale Depot which is also located in Harlem, and is just about ready to open for business. So what will happen to the old bus depot? For now, it will be mothballed and put on standby mode. The fuel will be removed from all tanks on the property, the security will be beefed up just a bit, and the depot will be kept in working condition pending final fate of the property. This means that even though the fuel will be removed, and spare parts relocated, the depot can be ready for operations on a moments notice.
Mother Clara Hale - The new Mother Clara Hale depot is finally set to reopen with many of her old routes, and a few new ones! After much anticipation, it is now known that 126th street operations will be relocated to the new Hale Depot. The new facility will be able to handle articulated buses, and it is also said that it will become a Manhattan division depot. As most already know, the old depot was a Bronx division facility.
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