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King Transit

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  1. Should've been May to attend, that was my birthday month
  2. Speaking of pural, the apostrophe in front of the S like this.... S', should be the right correction, right ? Or either way like "LFSes"
  3. This is my 3rd time going to the festival. Tbis was an exciting event to get along with crazy fanners and the exciting old school buses. My favorite out of that was #5249(preserved 199 RTS).....
  4. This is another of my review guys of the Orion Vs from another TA, that were critical to most about the MTA making this idea akward. This is their idea for shortage recovery along with their new orders of 800+ NG HEVs. We were expecting for the TMC RTS' to last longer, but oh well.....
  5. This here ladies and gentlemen is that these buses are the 1980s concept that you guys will be thrilled to learn. Whoever wants to test their brains into these classic concepts, it's major bad news caused by a predecesor of Flxible Co. that were designing these....
  6. My problem is, that sometimes I take it from the C train station on Fulton St. Getting form there up until the 3 train station/passing thru it really feels like riding the B41(being restored). With heaviest bunch and the crowding on the interior of the bus scares me.
  7. Are meaning that the PIP youtube channel pics I post, cannot post at the beginning of each ? I know I may have posted your's correctly, but the ihavebeenconcensored's was a little off at your #5249 part of your vid.
  8. This is it ladies and gentlemen. This is the end of RTS era !!! I am excited to recap all of 4 decades of every RTS genration from between General Motors Co.(GMC), Transportation Manufacturing Co. (TMC), and Novabus companies that boost their psychic industrial work to make our TA customers in NYC and across the country, getting into tasting these RTS' for a second level advancement as successors of Fishbowl "New Looks" since 1959. So that's why I share this review(reupload) to you all not only the RTS era ended, but as a Memorial Day special to honor all RTS' we've experienced since the '80s. Personally, I severely miss my encounters with TMC & Novabus RTS-06s ever since I came into the USA in 2007. First out og ENY depot and with my first route of NYC, the B17 as also my first home route. Along with my experiences of these out of Flatbush, Ulmer Park, Grand Ave, Fresh Pond, and Micheal J.Quill(especially in Queens and Bronx).....
  9. This is it ladies and gentlemen. This is the end of RTS era !!! I am excited to recap all of 4 decades of every RTS genration from between General Motors Co.(GMC), Transportation Manufacturing Co. (TMC), and Novabus companies that boost their psychic industrial work to make our TA customers in NYC and across the country, getting into tasting these RTS' for a second level advancement as successors of Fishbowl "New Looks" since 1959. So that's why I share this review(reupload) to you all not only the RTS era ended, but as a Memorial Day special to honor all RTS' we've experienced since the '80s. Personally, I severely miss my encounters with TMC & Novabus RTS-06s ever since I came into the USA in 2007. First out og ENY depot and with my first route of NYC, the B17 as also my first home route. Along with my experiences of these out of Flatbush, Ulmer Park, Grand Ave, Fresh Pond, and Micheal J.Quill(especially in Queens and Bronx)....
  10. No, I didn't piss my pants LOL. It was the excitement that nearly caused it too happen(not naturally).
  11. What I mean, is that they are taking their time gradually to make this happen. I should've said, "Let's see the close future confirmation".
  12. God, you nearly killed me to heaven and I nearly peed myself after you just posted this. Is it really going to be artics(46+SBS) ???? Since the beginning of last week and my birthday week(before last week), I am happy to seeing construction all over Utica Ave. Especially, Winthrop's select stop and LCL were shifted away from the repair shop to the storage area with new loitering stands(alternative to seats) which is giving me an exciting clue. I hope to see unwrapped #7650 on the B46 LCL so that I can shoot that.
  13. Those are the features I appreciate. Plus, are those the feature, supporting the process of "Pedestrian Turn Warning Alerts ?" Like here(look closely at the blue cameras)....
  14. I saw on the tracker. Seems like SC is running short, is that right ???
  15. See here's the thing(it may be off topic), in my native coast, Haiti🇭🇹, it's a culture that was claimed to be the poorest(untrue, it some parts of it) where we mostly have japanese cars from 20th century generation(also Cuba🇨🇺 with '50s and '60s cars) and it's too symbolize how grateful we are to have equipments on wheels(we don't beg for new cars). It should relate to these neighborhoods of Brooklyn, should deal with RTS' on the streets until the end of 2019(same as what my youtuber is coming from), so that they may not have to deal with shortages. But that's because they don't want to suffer increase of times from high produced pollutions and ear piercing noises(almost like the Orion VII OG CNGs), which is how I used to hate all RTS' from the time I was 9 until the time I was 14(reliked them after watching reviews and hearing loads of thoughts about these buses). Especially, the 10 yr old Orion VII NGs(quantity: 100+) out of Flatbush Depot may not be a big deal to help us add service out of that depot(like the RTS' from back then and the Xcelsiors from 2015 as what others brought up before I said it). So, the MTA and DOB should've thought 2x for more XD40s to come from the plant, helping replace RTS' before any depot's shortage.

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