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  1. I'm gonna assume either narrower aisles or thinner walls.
  2. Why tf are the only two direct Penn-Port Jefferson trains leaving before 5pm? 4:19pm and 4:49pm is way too early for direct service. Should make the 4:19pm a 5:25pm departure.
  3. I could've sworn the CS LFSA fleet was 5896-5934, but then i remember they had 5264-5266, and 5799, and I think 5822-5823. So idk if they lost a few buses for those in exchange, which explains why those odd ball LFSAs have screens.
  4. I'll help you out @MysteriousBtrain As of August 25, 2019:  Ver. 1 (Strategic) (OUT OF SERVICE): 2014-2015 New Flyer XD40: 7304-7314, 7316-7351 Ver. 2 (Vianova): 2010 NovaBus LFSA: 1234-1279, 1284-1285 2011-13 NovaBus LFSA: 5264-5266, 5799, 5822-5823, 5896, 5901-5935, 5965-5966 2011-13 New Flyer C40LF: 193, 201, 206, 229, 233-234, 236, 238-239, 241-242, 249, 256, 259-353, 355, 357, 359, 362, 364-366, 370-400, 403-404, 406-407, 409, 411-412, 415, 417, 428, 432-433, 437, 439, 441, 445, 456, 495, 508, 521, 526, 545, 567, 581 2011 NovaBus LFS: 8001, 8013, 8017, 8020, 8049 2014-2015 New Flyer XD40: 7315, 7444-7455^, 7467-7482^ 2015-2016 NovaBus LFS: 8090-8125, 8127-8503 2017-2018 New Flyer XN60: 1000-1109 2018-2019 New Flyer XD40: 7484-7850 2018 New Flyer XDE40: 9500-9509 2018-2019 NovaBus LFS: 8504-8754 2018-2019 NovaBus LFSA: 5531-5602 Ver. 3 (CleverDevices): 2008 Orion VII NG: 3800-3912, 3914-3948, 3951-3959^ 2009 Orion VII NG: 3967-3975, 3977, 3979-3981, 3983, 3985, 3987-3988, 3990, 4019*, 4020-4036, 4038, 4063, 4065, 4070-4095*, 4115, 4117-4119, 4122, 4127, 4137, 4140-4143, 4145, 4152-4153, 4245-4278*, 4433, 4442, 4447, 4451-4452, 4483, 4486-4488, 4490, 4509, 4516, 4520, 4529, 4532, 4635, 4642, 4646 2014-2015 New Flyer XD40: 7140, 7152, 7154-7155, 7158-7159, 7161, 7169, 7180, 7189, 7256-7257, 7259, 7261-7262, 7265, 7267-7269, 7275, 7277, 7279-7280, 7292, 7296, 7298 2016-17 New Flyer XN40: 673-810 2018-2020 New Flyer XD60: 6126-6278 Ver. 4 (Luminator): 2011-13 New Flyer C40LF: 570-580, 582-658 Test units: 2014-2016 Prevost X3-45: 2729, 2788 Notes: Buses with (*) may feature an older version of the specified model. A small number of these units (^) do not have screens installed and will be installed at a later date. If anyone knows which units don't have screen please post the number below. Until otherwise fully confirmed, the symbol will appear on units nearly complete with screen implementation. Thank you @Snorunts for summarizing some of the fleets. Everything has been double checked.
  5. Been lost hope for NYC Transit. Time to invest in other locations.
  6. If you transfer to an SBS bus, you can transfer to another bus for free. For example, S55/S79SBS/B1. Or B3/B44SBS/B38, or S48/M15SBS/Bx15. I don't know about doing a local/sbs/sbs.
  7. He was being sarcastic and disagreeing with who he quoted...my goodness you took that the wrong way. Reread the comment he quoted. The guy said "and this is why buses like the RTS and O5s win because they have high floors", @bobtehpanda replied saying screw elderly people, disabled, etc with a question mark at the end as in disagreeing with his comment about what @Lil 57 said. He was actually saying "so you're just gonna forget about the elderly, disabled, etc, because you think high floor buses are better". You blew his comment way out of proportion and you're probably the only one that didn't interpret correctly so I'm correcting you because no need to disrespect someone and make him seem wrong for something he didn't do. Also, @Lil 57 i clearly knew you were only talking about that one feature. But nowadays you have to be careful what you say because we live in a society where there are so many viewpoints and counter arguments for EVERYTHING, no one sees eye to eye and will take offense to anything you say regardless of how you mean it.
  8. They need to modify all new scheme artics to plug style as part of an SBS program.
  9. Yeah the narrow inward opening ones we have now are horrible, but the wide ones like on NICE and Bee-Line are very spacious but of course people complain about a seat or two that would have to be removed.
  10. I've said from the jump all buses should have wide inward opening doors. That's the most streamlined look as well as the best for SBS boarding.
  11. Yeah wordd even some of the transfers are redundant like it needs to be logical not robotic. What department in the MTA controls stuff like that? I would deadass do an MTA summer internship JUST to fix and modify all of the transfers around the city AND modify all the bus stop exact locations on MTA bus time so they can sinc with the screens. Something SO EASY gets neglected. Unless it's all coding (which I know it's not) shit should not be THIS disorganized.

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