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How many systems still use Orion VIs?

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LACMTA's may leave next year as the contractor/s that operate/d them have allowed some buses to delapitate in regards to mantainance.

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There's Brampton, Guelph, York Region Transit, and Oakville in Canada (and lots more)

 

 

GRT,DRT, Timmins Transit , Transit Winsdor, Cornwall Transit just got 3 ex Kingston Transit VI's , Peterborough Transit, Sault Ste. Marie Transit, Saint John Transit has an ex demo in service and Belleville Transit has one left.

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On the topic of Canadian transit agencies: Milton Transit has 1 1999 model. It's in service almost every day from Monday-Friday (no weekend service).

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It seems kind of redundant to make an entire thread for this, since there's already one here, so what about Orion I's?

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On the topic of Canadian transit agencies: Milton Transit has 1 1999 model. It's in service almost every day from Monday-Friday (no weekend service).

 

 

 

Forgot about that one!

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Pace still has VI's in the regular rotation,

 

We still have I's from the 80's (in seasonal Ravinia service). We also have some of the hammerhead styles from the 90's (for feeder and school trippers).

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