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There are 5 sets of 9200 series left at MV depot.


LandoftheLost

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because I am used to taking 9200 series usually in Manhattan. And when 9229 - 9249 came to Gun Hill depot in 1997. I would say when 8800. Series came to Bronx, it was in good conditon. When more new series come out like example 9500 series. it will be health good condition when first set Nova bus go good to bad condition.

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I am missing taking the RTS Nova Bus in the Bronx. I can't find a RTS Nova Bus in the Bronx. Seeing some Bronx operator, for what I think, they don't even like to drive Orion5

 

Ride a West Farms route & you'll eventually find one;)

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I know Manhattan is going to look Vastly different once the 10 RTS at MV is gone...Hell its different know....the RTS is a symbol of NYC...and pretty soon that symbol will be no more (in the city atleast)....

 

MJQ now has every route certified for NG use...the M42 and M50/27 are starting to go the way of the M34/16 NG exclusives....The only routes that will still be majority RTS for sometime in Manhattan seem to be the M6 M9 M20...Just like now the only time you see a non-suburban O5 below 125th street is on the Q32...

 

Brooklyn seems like the last borough that the RTS will still be the majority....Queens is killing them off Quick!

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Jamaica, LGA, and Queens Village are the last ones with at least a decent sized RTS fleet. But yeah, Brooklyn is the last stronghold for the RTS.

and if u live in Co-op City, the QBX1 also uses RTS Buses.

 

Yes, I've seen a few of them in Queens.

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