Nabinut 53 Posted October 16, 2009 Share #1 Posted October 16, 2009 Milwaukee County Transit System has a fleet of 462 buses, all New Flyers of various years. Here are some photos taken the first of October: 4380, a 2000 D40LF travels eastbound in North Milwaukee: 4716, a 2003 model squeezes through street repavement on its way to the University of Wisconsin @ Milwaukee campus: 4633, a 2002 model waits in front of UWM sans driver during class changes: 4436, a 2001 model approaches Marquette University near Downtown Milwaukee: 4351 rolls past a patch of flowers at 7th & Wisconsin: 5002, the most recent order of D40LFs wrapped for a casino prepares to turn onto Wisconsin from a bridge detour: 4087, the oldest series of D40LFs from 1996 picks up passengers in front of the Riverside Theater. This series will be retired next year when a new batch of D40LFRs enter service: Lastly, 4408 layovers at the new Milwaukee Intermodal Center where Greyhound, Amtrak & Megabus all converge: The exception to this is Ozark County Transit which runs five 2006 Gillig Advantages 1000-1004: Wisconsin Coach Lines is the other. Coach USA runs services between Milwaukee, Racine, Kenosha daily and several routes pass Marquette University: Now for the videos: 4084: Detroit Diesel 50/Allison Transmission: 4806: Cummins ISL/Voith Transmission: A fleet video: For more photos, here's a link: http://s166.photobucket.com/albums/u91/nabinut/Milwaukee%20County%20Transit%20System/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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