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Pics of Orion V's, TMC RTS-06, RTS Nova's, MCI D4500 and New Flyer D60HF

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Heh heh... I see the (MTA) is moving buses all over the place. Artics on (MTA) Bus? Never seen them till today. Great pics.

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Heh heh... I see the (MTA) is moving buses all over the place. Artics on (MTA) Bus? Never seen them till today. Great pics.

 

Thank you and the 2nd to last pic that bus on was the Q113 a couple of times

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Great Shots! You already know the RTS ones are my favorite. I also like the MCI on the Bxm10, and the Artic ones I can't believe 5347, 5350, and 5351 still have MTA Bus titles. They are starting to make me think they might go back to Baisley Park.

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Great Shots! You already know the RTS ones are my favorite. I also like the MCI on the Bxm10, and the Artic ones I can't believe 5347, 5350 and 5351 still have MTA Bus titles. They are starting to make me think they might go back to Baisley Park.

 

Thank you and I know you like the RTS's (maybe we should hotwire one and give it a joyride lol j/k). Now I'm starting to like the Cruisers with the orange LED signs more easier to read than those green ones and I hope the MTA Bus Artics go back 2 the Q113:D

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Those are very nice photos. I did not know that the 8101 was with old style destination signs, though. I remember it was with East New York before it was re-engined and sent to MTA Bus. I distinctly remember it being an EXTREMELY HOT AND HUMID BUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Very nice pics. They meet up to my expectations.

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Those are very nice photos. I did not know that the 8101 was with old style destination signs, though. I remember it was with East New York before it was re-engined and sent to MTA Bus. I distinctly remember it being an EXTREMELY HOT AND HUMID BUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Very nice pics. They meet up to my expectations.

 

Thank you very much

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Thank you and I know you like the RTS's (maybe we should hotwire one and give it a joyride lol j/k). Now I'm starting to like the Cruisers with the orange LED signs more easier to read than those green ones and I hope the MTA Bus Artics go back 2 the Q113:D

 

Lol... well you know they are all Keyless, and I've driven plenty, so I have lots of memories of the good ol days. I do plan on buying an 8400 series from the MTA though.

 

Those are very nice photos. I did not know that the 8101 was with old style destination signs, though. I remember it was with East New York before it was re-engined and sent to MTA Bus. I distinctly remember it being an EXTREMELY HOT AND HUMID BUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Very nice pics. They meet up to my expectations.

 

 

LOL.... 8101 has the old roll-sign in that pic because at the time, the LGA mechanics removed the digital sign to program in the MTA Bus routes.

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Lol... well you know they are all Keyless, and I've driven plenty, so I have lots of memories of the good ol days. I do plan on buying an 8400 series from the MTA though.

 

 

 

 

LOL.... 8101 has the old roll-sign in that pic because at the time, the LGA mechanics removed the digital sign to program in the MTA Bus routes.

 

Ok, but don't they have different codes for the digital signs eventhough its a MTA New York City Bus or MTA Bus?

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Ok, but don't they have different codes for the digital signs eventhough its a MTA New York City Bus or MTA Bus?

 

Yeah they have different codes, but the majority of NYCT buses don't have the MTAB codes, so they have to be added. The 3000/4300 series MCI's and all new buses from now on will be programed with all NYCT and MTAB codes at delivery.

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Yeah they have different codes, but the majority of NYCT buses don't have the MTAB codes, so they have to be added. The 3000/4300 series MCI's and all new buses from now on will be programed with all NYCT and MTAB codes at delivery.

 

Oh ok cool...thanks for the info

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Hell yeah I be seeing those buses around at Southern BL even the New Flyer with the (MTA) Bus on it. I remember passing the WF yard. Nice Shots though.

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I wonder why 5351 is at WF instead of GH.

 

I love these shots, especially the Orion V shots! B)

 

Wait... did you take a picture OF A CNG!! OMGWTFHAX

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I wonder why 5351 is at WF instead of GH.

 

I love these shots, especially the Orion V shots! B)

 

Wait... did you take a picture OF A CNG!! OMGWTFHAX

 

 

Thanks and hahahahaha the Orion VII CNG just happen to be in there b/c of the TMC RTS-06 sitting next to it

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Thanks and hahahahaha the Orion VII CNG just happen to be in there b/c of the TMC RTS-06 sitting next to it
Thats no excuse for your V CNG 9950 shot...

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