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aemoreira81

Nova LFS - now in original and super-sized

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Indeed. The bus has improved tremendously in the meantime, the LFS 16 years ago had serious reliability issues. It took Nova many years to get it right.

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I remeber this bus getting its rear end kicked when they tested it in the city some time ago,Now the (MTA) is kissing its rear.Im a Orion fan til the end,but happy to see Novabus coming back strong and building in New York State as well.:tup:

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Nice pictures Adam. A little off-topic, why does that Artic say Bx12 instead of BX12?

 

They have for some time, at least in the latest programming.

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So sad MTA just got those buses, and the rubber fenders are being ripped off like their ain't no tomorrow. I like the 126st unwrapped NovaBus LFS articulateds best. The MTA scheme works on them. That SBS wrap sucks.........

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So sad MTA just got those buses, and the rubber fenders are being ripped off like their ain't no tomorrow. I like the 126st unwrapped NovaBus LFS articulateds best. The MTA scheme works on them. That SBS wrap sucks.........

 

the SBS wrap was a bad idea in the first place. All they needed to do was push the idea that "if you see blue lights, its an SBS bus". the wrap keeps them from using those buses for other routes when needed, especially at night when SBS service does not run. They could have save a couple thousand dollars per bus by not wrapping them

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the SBS wrap was a bad idea in the first place. All they needed to do was push the idea that "if you see blue lights, its an SBS bus". the wrap keeps them from using those buses for other routes when needed, especially at night when SBS service does not run. They could have save a couple thousand dollars per bus by not wrapping them

 

The MTA will use them on non-SBS services if need be, however.

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