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Jamaica's Orion VII NG in Service

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Excellent Shots :tup:. The NGs look sick with the JAM sticker (they weren't on them this morning).

 

I always catch these buses when I'm riding a bus, I never see em when I'm walking, standing, etc.

 

I hope I get to ride it on the Q85 tomorrow because I will go paparazzi mode with pictures lol j/k.

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Might I say,

SWEET ASS!!! Orion VII NGs @ JAM kick ass! :P

Awesome pics man.

I gotta look 4 these @ Jamaica Center-Parsons archer...

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I was sick today, But Today was all about the Buses, I got some good photos today, Thanks:cool:

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Why do I get the feeling the Q17 will probably be the last one to get the NG's.

 

I have a similar feeling but even if it is the last it shouldn't be too long, I think they're doing them on every route. The Q17 kinda has/had the NGs already, sometimes Casey Stengel puts them on the Q17 for the school trippers.

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I was sick today, But Today was all about the Buses, I got some good photos today, Thanks:cool:

Nice pics. I wonder what Forest Glen will say when he sees these pics. I think BP's future may be nothing but O5's, Hybrids, artics and NG's

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It's official: hell has frozen over

 

Lmao, this morning I rode 4434 on the Q85 and it got packed to the point where nobody else could get on, I managed to get the last available seat though lol.

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Lol, really, you make it sound worse than it is. It really isn't that bad. I've been used to them for a few years now on all the lines: B9, Q35, B41.. Low floors are not horrible. It's the idiot passengers that refuses to move to the back that are the problems.

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Saw 4443@ Jamica Center, On the Q30.

 

What? These things are being PWN3D on the Q17.

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Saw 4443@ Jamica Center, On the Q30.

 

 

4443 is also on the Q4 today. So the NGS have saw service on every line but the Q3 and Q42. They're still training drivers though.

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Q3? That's strange. The luggage rack NG was supposed to test exclusively on that route, so I would have guessed that the Q3 would have been the first line to run NG's, and almost exclusively NG's (like say the B41/44 in FLA, Q44 in CS, M60 in MHV, etc.).

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Q3? That's strange. The luggage rack NG was supposed to test exclusively on that route, so I would have guessed that the Q3 would have been the first line to run NG's, and almost exclusively NG's (like say the B41/44 in FLA, Q44 in CS, M60 in MHV, etc.).

 

Really? I thought it was just the M60. That's probably why JAM is getting so much NGs, so the Q3 could have its own set with the racks without taking away NGs from the other routes.

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4443 is also on the Q4 today. So the NGS have saw service on every line but the Q3 and Q42. They're still training drivers though.

 

It would make the most sense to put it on the Q42 since it has the lowest ridership

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