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Who else ordered the Orion VII NG CNG?

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What other transit agencies other than;

 

The (MTA)

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Thousand Oaks

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(photo from thebergennetwork)

& Sacramento RT

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(from Nabinut on pittsburg TF)

 

Ordered the CNG model? I don't see it talked about much just the hybrid version, and i slowly read about these two California Transit agencies...

 

anyone have any idea?

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Of the top of my head, in additional to the ones you have pics of, CENTRO, and Yolobus come to mind. I have a list, so I will try and remember to check it tomorrow.

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Of the top of my head, in additional to the ones you have pics of, CENTRO, and Yolobus come to mind. I have a list, so I will try and remember to check it tomorrow.

 

-Stanislaus County

-SMART in Modesto

-e-Tran commuter services between Elk Grove and Sacramento

-Sacramento Regional Transit

-The Bus in Merced county California

-Sonoma County Transit

- Visalia, California

-University of Vermont

-Gwinett County

-Thousand Oaks California

-Butte California

-Tahoe Area Regional Transit

-Cleveland Area Rapid Transit (Norman, Oklahoma)

 

Im sure im missing more NG VII CNG's

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-Stanislaus County

-SMART in Modesto

-e-Tran commuter services between Elk Grove and Sacramento

-Sacramento Regional Transit

-The Bus in Merced county California

-Sonoma County Transit

- Visalia, California

-University of Vermont

-Gwinett County

-Thousand Oaks California

-Butte California

-Tahoe Area Regional Transit

-Cleveland Area Rapid Transit (Norman, Oklahoma)

 

Im sure im missing more NG VII CNG's

 

Thanks:tup: Mostly California, interesting.

 

 

You wouldn't happen to have pics of these buses would you?

A broad google search will just show a flood of LIB VII CNG pics.

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Thanks:tup: Mostly California, interesting.

 

 

You wouldn't happen to have pics of these buses would you?

A broad google search will just show a flood of LIB VII CNG pics.

 

Click on the link below, scroll to the bottom, and click on the TA you want to see a shot of. Most all the links will have one in the roster. However, many do not.

 

Orion International 'Orion VII' - CPTDB Wiki

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Click on the link below, scroll to the bottom, and click on the TA you want to see a shot of. Most all the links will have one in the roster. However, many do not.

 

Orion International 'Orion VII' - CPTDB Wiki

 

 

Wow those Cali ops have some nice colors. I really like Visalia City Coach's new scheme

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Bus Line Service of Turlock

Union City Transit

Long Island bus (MTA)

Thousand Oaks

Central New York Regional Transportation Authority

Yolobus

 

are they rest of the NG VII CNG's that I can think of

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Where was that picture of that NG CNG on the N22 taken?

 

And did the (MTA) order the most of these? Some other TA had to have ordered more than 140 of these.

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Sorry for the delay. In addition to all of those mentioned above...

 

Elk Grove, CA

University of OK

and Xanterra, Co are all the NG CNG operators.

 

Where was that picture of that NG CNG on the N22 taken?

 

And did the (MTA) order the most of these? Some other TA had to have ordered more than 140 of these.

 

Actually, LIB does have the largest NG CNG fleet. Don't forget the NG was only on the market for about 3 years.

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Where was that picture of that NG CNG on the N22 taken?

 

And did the (MTA) order the most of these? Some other TA had to have ordered more than 140 of these.

 

I took that on Hillside Ave, between 235 Ct & 239th St,

in front of Creedmore.

 

And what ENY Said, LIB does have the largest NG CNG fleet.

 

I found more pictures on flickr, for some of those not pictured on cptdb

 

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Union City Transit by So Cal Metro, on Flickr

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Stanislaus Regional Transit by So Cal Metro, on Flickr

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Yolobus by So Cal Metro, on Flickr

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e-Tran Orion by So Cal Metro, on Flickr

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Sorry for the delay. In addition to all of those mentioned above...

 

Elk Grove, CA

University of OK

and Xanterra, Co are all the NG CNG operators.

 

 

On a side note, Do you know if Eire PA's NG VII's are CNG or Diesel?

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