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  1. Cowards? Wow. My passengers have insults that hurt marginally more than that.
  2. The 5000s were also built before Bombardier tanked tho
  3. Ahhh. I've been hearing mixed things about that. Go see the general dispatcher at the depot. They can tell you your Probation End date from UTS. Go see the union as well.
  4. Nah. What's your title? You can ask whomever is in charge of timekeeping to look you up in UTS and tell you your status. If you never went sick/FMLA (or otherwise missed work), or wasn't extended, then your probation ends the year after your hire date.
  5. If you're on the list for Conductor, then you'll have to wait for 180 to call you in to go through the hiring process. If you have <1 year of service as a T/O, then you'll have to resign and start fresh with C/R.
  6. Pop and stopping is considered improper operation, so it shouldn't be used. Not saying we all perfect out here but it was just friendly advice given to keep you out of trouble.
  7. It's 48 XD60s to Hale, 29 to Flatbush and 31 to Quill. Quill should lose about half their allotment to Flatbush, once the XE60s are delivered.
  8. @danielhg121 lmao, I'm deadass, it is the right thing to do. There are a couple other reasons as to why everyone goes to 106 but I don't want Quill killing me for giving away trade secrets. System pick coming up. @EastFlatbushLarry pretty much nailed it. On the TA side of things, dropbacks are more common on the hawks. Think I've only seen one paddle that had a dropback and a swing.
  9. Because the right thing to do is finish the trip out.
  10. They gotta get a new safety tip to you eventually.
  11. Other than depots, the only lines they can fit on are the SIM8 and the 22. They did clearance testing throughout the island before it went into service.
  12. They have fire suppression systems. It depends where the fire originated. They're only really good for fires in the engine compartment.
  13. The readers work with any code (that's obviously not NIS or anything related to). Guess they didn't get around to taking it out.

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