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2600 in Vancouver
2600 in Vancouver 2601's chopper was essentially a test bed for the chopper offered to both Edmonton an Vancouver. Having worked closely with MTOC staff on the development of the chopper, BB considered that it had the order in the bag. Edmonton and Vancouver initially were goin to put in a combined order for 250 coaches (Edmonton 100, Vancouver 150) but when i became apparent that ETS was content to take the BBC product in the GM shell, an Vancouver wanted an open procurement with heavy ...

2600's in Vancouver
Re: E 800's 2601's chopper was essentially a test bed for the chopper offered to both Edmonton and Vancouver. Having worked closely with MTOC staff on the development of the chopper, BBC considered that it had the order in the bag. Edmonton and Vancouver initially were going to put in a combined order for 250 coaches (Edmonton 100, Vancouver 150) but when it became apparent that ETS was content to take the BBC product in the GM shell, and Vancouver wanted an open procurement with hea...

8010
8010 Michael Taylor-Noonan From: taylornoonan [michael@taylornoonan.com] Sent: November 14, 2004 9:38 PM To: mike@taylornoonan.com Subject: Fwd: Re: [Transit-Vancouver] Couple of D60LF questions --- In Transit-Vancouver@yahoogroups.com, John Wollenzin wrote: On 11/13/04, Evgeni Stojkowski formed the correct sequence of 1s and 0s to state: >Secondly, there's something I've wondered about...

ABS
ABS Newtex~2.txt ABS Braking At 03:39 +0000 2004/07/03, Keith so eloquently expressed: >I was at Hasting & Willingdon around 5PM today in the rain, when >P3163 on rte 160 was E/B on Hastings and the light changed. For wha t >ever reason the driver chose to stop for the light rather than >continuing through. It nosed dived in the front and the rear duals >locked up, and skidded for about 15-20 feet making one heck of a >noise, but she kept it fairly straight. So...

alt_fuel
alt_fuel June 21, 2007 TransLink puts alt-fuel buses into service TransLink has put two test buses, powered by a blend of hydrogen gas, recovered from an industrial process and compressed natural gas (CNG) into regular service carrying passengers. The buses, converted 1998 New Flyer coaches as part of TransLink's Bus Demonstration Project, have been going through evaluation for the past two years. Now, they are in service in the Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam area, carrying fare-paying passengers to ...

B8028
B8028 New Text Document.txt --- In Transit-Vancouver@yahoogroups.com, Ba See Lo wrote: A little birdie told me that B8028 has been retrofitted with a brake-pedal-activated retarder, as opposed to the standard power-pedal-activated retarder. The original Allison B400-R/B500-R hydraulic retarder had an inherent lag, causing excessive brake wear before the retarder even had a chance to slow the coach down. Not sure exactly what was done to the retarde...

BBC trolleys for Vancouver
BBC trolleys for Vancouver Search: --- In Transit - Vancouver@yahoogroups.com , "Jim" wrote: "It's unfortunate that one simple decision made in 1981 (the decision to go with Westinghouse over Brown Boveri) resulted in the overall cost of these new trolleys (Flyer E901/2) being some five times that of their replacements." What utter bullshit. The BBC trolleys were a non - starter in Vancouver. It was not a "simple decision". BBC's decision to go prime and tie themselves up wit...

Comparison of Modes
Adding up to a cleaner environment Transit Exchange, July/Aug. 1998 Both trolleys and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses play their part in reducing pollution in the Greater Vancouver region. Along with diesel buses, they make up most of the BC Transit fleet. How do trolleys and CNG buses rate pollution wise? And how does each of these technologies compare in cost? After covering diesel buses in the February issue of Transit Exchange, we now tackle the rest of the fleet. Trolley buses: in ...

Decoding VIN
Transit-Vancouver : Message: RE: [Transit-Vancouver] Decoding VIN (Re: B8104 and B8107 at VTC!) January-01-08 5:30 PM RE: [Transit-Vancouver] Decoding VIN (Re: B8104 and B8107 at VTC!) Happy New Year! Since you were kind enough to supply the VIN for B8110 I can supply a bit more info: Pos 1-3 2FY is the World Manufacturer Index (WMI) for most of New Flyer's Canadian deliveries. They also use 1FY and 5FY mainly for the U.S.-destined coaches. Pos 4 D is the vehicle Type, but NFI mos...

FMA_Dec_21-07
FMA_Dec_21-07 COAST MOUNTAIN BUS COMPANY LTD. FLEET MODEL ALLOCATION - MAINLAND ACTIVE BUSES EFFECTIVE: DECEMBER 21, 2007 ...

FMA_Nov_30-07
FMA_Nov_30-07 COAST MOUNTAIN BUS COMPANY LTD. FLEET MODEL ALLOCATION - MAINLAND ACTIVE BUSES EFFECTIVE: NOVEMBER 30, 2007 ...

FMA_Oct_31-07
FMA_Oct_31-07 COAST MOUNTAIN BUS COMPANY LTD. FLEET MODEL ALLOCATION - MAINLAND ACTIVE BUSES EFFECTIVE: OCTOBER 31, 2007 ...

FMA_Sep_28-07
FMA_Sep_28-07 COAST MOUNTAIN BUS COMPANY LTD. FLEET MODEL ALLOCATION - MAINLAND ACTIVE BUSES EFFECTIVE: SEPTEMBER 28, 2007 ...

GA_Licences
GA_Licences General Authorization Licensees List as of June 30, 2007 For ease of referencing, this list is categorized alphabetically by the licensee's name. If there are any discrepancies in this list, the information filed at the Licence # Name Trade Name Address 71038 11525...

GCTC
GCTC Greyhound Canada Depot Allocations JB wrote: Greyhound Canada has adopted a system in use by GLI for a couple of years, whereby units in the fleet have been divided up and assigned a "home base" for maintenance purposes. Units assigned to these local pools (VAN=Vancouver, EDO=Edmonton, TOR=Toronto) are dispatched to and from their home base when scheduled maintenance is due. The pool is denoted by a small green circular sticker on the right hand side close to the fleet number. DR, adde...

Maverick
Maverick --- In bustrackers@yahoogroups.com, don rogers wrote: Maverick Coach Lines Ltd. will cease operations on December 31, 2006 after 36 years of operations.Previously, 10 coaches were listed as for sale in the November issue of Bus Ride magazine. DR ...

New Flyer - Fleet Model - Low Floor
New Flyer - Fleet Model - Low Floor-40 feet - Diesel Specifications Model D40LF Length 40.6 ft over bumpers 39.9 ft over body Width 102" over body Width, incl. Mirrors 132" approx. Height 111" Floor Height 14.5" 11.5" Kneeling Wheelbase 293" Interior Height, floor to ceiling 94" above front axle 77" above rear axle Tire Size B275/70R22.5(std) or 305/70R22.5 Aisle Width 24" minimum Weight, Diesel 27,600 lb. estimated, depends on options Approach Angle 9░ Departure Angle 9░ Breakover Angle 8.3░ ...

Tridents_Bodies
Tridents_Bodies file:///C|/Documents%20and%20Settings/Michael/Desktop/docs/Tridents_Bodies.txt From: "Stedall, Richard" Date: Mon Aug 19 08:24:33 2002 To: 'Michael TaylorNoonan' Subject: RE: Tridents in Langley Mike, Ahhhh - this is where it gets complex !!! Today Plaxton, Alexander, Dennis and the former Duple Metsec are all part of TransBus International (c. 70% owned by Mayflower who ...

upf
The Unified Provincial Fleet numbering system. Early in 1975 the Bureau of Transit Services introduced a new numbering system for all transit vehicles in the various fleets in the provinces. The intent was to assign a permanent number to each unit regardless of the number actually worn by the vehicle in the system it was assigned to. In addition, the UPF number would be worn by the vehicle when it was assigned to a Small Communities system. Since 1994 the UPF number system has been abando...

victoria
victoria Victoria Numbering System Victoria numbering system The Beginning BCER's Victoria division operated the first motor bus in the company's fleet in 1922, numbered one. Twenty-two coaches entered service through the end of World War II, and these were numbered V1- V22, the letter to differentiate the bus from the mainland "M" series. When the first Brill C36s arrived in 1946, they initially carried a 2 digit number in sequence with earlier coaches; in short order all Victoria buses ...

[bustrackers] Prestige Coach Lines
[bustrackers] Prestige Coach Lines September-28-08 7:19 PM Peter McLaughlin to bustrackers Hi guys, I am trying to find some more information on Prestige Coach Lines (Victoria, BC). I have photos of coach #'s 101 and 105 for Prestige. #101, I believe is an Ex-PCL unit and I also believe it is an MC-2. But I am not sure what spotting features there are to distinguish an MC2 to an MC-4. IIRC, the MC-4 still has ...


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7494 S14147
Malaspina Coach Lines (BC) 147
o ? 07/07:recently purchased, using on scheduled service (KH); 2007:KB:a while back (about 10 years ago) Western Bus Repair updated these

34208 S14179
Nagel Coaches Ltd. (AB)
d/b/a Edmonton Executive Coaches

34209 S14180
Nagel Coaches Ltd. (AB)
d/b/a Edmonton Executive Coaches

1M89CM8A3CP037088
Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. V251
To Hotard Coaches Inc. H40 (LA)

1M89CM8A1CP037252
Briggs Student Transp. (BC) 708
To Norline Coaches Ltd. 708 (BC)

1M89CM8A0CP037386
Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. nd) 18
To Mid-American Coaches Inc. 217 (MO)

1M89CM8A7CP037459
Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. 714
To Cullingford Coaches Inc. 714 (ON)

2P9M23404D1001546
Private (See Notes)
Conversion by Private Coaches Inc.

1M89CM8A9EP039205
Private (See Notes) H560
d/b/a Del-Val Coaches

1M8FDM7AXHP041342
Nagel Coaches Ltd. (AB) 400
To Lacroix Coaches Inc. 400 (ON)

2P9H33402M1001088
148
To Florida Coaches & Chtr Inc. 115 (FL)

2FYD2LG16NU014459
BC Transit (BC) 8024
Name for 1994 Commonwealth Games:Wales; 3/3/01: 8024 and 8060 were amongst the first 3 D40LFs repaired, new radial rods were obtained from the spare p

2FYD2LL12SU015677
BC Transit (BC) 8060
Victoria;3/3/01: 8024 and 8060 were amongst the first 3 D40LFs repaired, new radial rods were obtained from the spare parts stock. The other coaches w

2FYD2LL16SU015682
BC Transit (BC) 8065
Victoria 98/8:rereg fr. 4510VW;used as test for Balios sign, (1997?), refitted with Luminator;3/3/01: 8065 was amongst the first 3 D40LFs repaired, n

2PCH33492V1011839
Universal Coach Line (BC) 1839
lsd from R&J McMynn Leasing (BC) 2005:Probably still a McMynn unit, this coach was in service with Universal Coach Line Ltd (Delta, BC) last summer.

1M8PDMPA8WP050736
Alpha Omega Tours & Cht Inc (WA) ?
nee Salt Lake Coaches Inc (UT) 67150

1VH5H6M26Y6501257
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 9201
Pilot unit delivered in November, 2000. As you walk into the bus, the seating arrangement is like a regular transit bus due to the wheel chair lift, f

E901A E10240 2353
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2738
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors; 99/4: Ex-BCT;02/04:Trolley coaches 2738 and 2831 have a different type of trolley shoe. Looks to be a hybrid of a

1GDE5V193F418914
TransLink (BC) S258
07/12:Some confusion over this and S267. TL lists shows same VIN for both! First CS in blue and Grey but hood was yellow. Later coaches had this ch

75269
British Columbia Elec. Ry (BC) 935
G.E. controls Seattle vehicle demonstrated in Victoria (scheduled 45.11.19 to 45.11.30), and Vancouver (45.12.05 to 45.12.14);scrapped in 1966;page 1

E902 E10240 2445
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2831
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors; owned by CANADA; 99/4: Ex-BCT ;00/6:Rear ad: Live Bingo;02/04:Trolley coaches 2738 and 2831 have a different type

MC-2 589
Tillicum Stage Lines
To Sunburst Motor Coaches 304 (AB)

MC2 DV6RE 589
Wilson Tpn. (BC) 6528
nee Sorenson Bus Line Ltd. 162, ex Sunburst Motor Coaches Ltd. 304,ex Coachways Systems Ltd. S-137, ex Vancouver Island C.L. 617, Victoria, BC, to Pac

MC5B 7248/S12188
Vancouver Tours & Transit (BC) 400
ex Norline Coaches (BC/YK) :Nee Trentway-Wager {DR} (Mt);

RE85 240
Department of National Defence
To Sunburst Motor Coaches 168 (AB)

RE85X 248
15
To Sunburst Motor Coaches 175 (AB)

Courier 95D 496
Private (See Notes)
Nee Sunburst Motor Coaches, #205;Ex Coachways System S-116 (AB);To G Levett;

Courier 95D 498
Private (See Notes)
ex Coachways Systems Ltd. S-134, nee Sunburst Motor Coaches Ltd. 207; to motorhome

SDH5302 024
BC Transit (BC) 3957
SD, ex Pioneer Bus Co. 280, Houston, TX, in 1975 nee Greyhound Corp. (Worlds' Fair) 280, Chicago, IL.;<A HREF="http://www.transitmuseumsociety.org/not

SDH5302 031
BC Transit (BC) 3956
SD, ex Pioneer Bus Co. 287, Houston, TX, in 1975 nee Greyhound Corp. (Worlds' Fair) 287, Chicago, IL. <A HREF="http://www.transitmuseumsociety.org/not

SDH5302 038
BC Transit (BC) 3955
SD, ex Pioneer Bus Co. 294, Houston, TX in 1975, nee Greyhound Corp. (Worlds' Fair), Chicago, IL 294. to Oakridge Transit Centre 3955 in 1983. Retired

T44 5241
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2001
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2001 to Edmonton Transit 203 in November 1962

T44 5242
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2002
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2002 to Edmonton Transit 204 in November 1962

T44 5243
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2003
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2003- to Edmonton Transit 205 in November 1962

T44 5244
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2004
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2004 to Edmonton Transit 206 in November 1962

T44 5245
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2005
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2005- to Edmonton Transit 207 in November 1962

T44 5246
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2006
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2006 to Edmonton Transit 208 in November 1962

T44 5247
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2007
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2007 to Edmonton Transit 209 in November 1962

T44 5248
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2008
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2008 to Edmonton Transit 210 in November 1962

T44 5249
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2009
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2009 to Edmonton Transit 211 in November 1962

T44 5250
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2010
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2010 to Edmonton Transit 212 in November 1962

T44 5251
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2011
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. retired, 1964

T44 5252
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2012
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5253
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2013
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5254
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2014
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5255
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2015
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5256
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2016
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5257
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2017
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5258
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2018
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5259
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2019
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5260
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2020
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5263
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2023
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5264
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2024
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5265
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2025
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5266
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2026
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5268
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2028
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5269
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2029
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5270
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2030
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5271
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2031
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5272
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2032
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2011-2032 retired 1964, scrapped.

T44 5273
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2033
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033 retired 1976. Electrical equipment salvaged for fitting into Flyer E800's (

T44 5274
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2034
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033-2039, 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2

T44 5275
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2035
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033-2039, 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2

T44 5276
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2036
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033-2039, 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2

T44 5277
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2037
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033-2039, 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2

T44 5278
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2038
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033-2039, 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2

T44 5279
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2039
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2033-2039, 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2

T44 5280
Transit Museum (TRAMS) (BC) 2040
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2040 restored in 1983 by Brian Kelly (NVTC manager) to Transportation Museum, Cl

T44 5281
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2041
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. 2041 retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2600 series

T44 5282
BC Hydro & Power Authority (BC) 2042
Trolley coaches used to convert Fraser-Cambie streetcar line in 1947. retired 1976, electrical components salvaged for retrofit into 2600 series Flyer

T6H5308N C001
West Van. Municipal Tpn. (BC) 82
SD, rear added by WVMTD in 1984; Marked for retirement within 3 months on the 03-Jun-92 roster 82- sent back to BC Transit 9/92 unassigned, retired 19

TDH4519 C354
BC Transit (BC) 3513
Coaches transferred from Oakridge Tst. Ctre in 8/90 to BTC (Not renumbered); Fitted with HELP bumper after accident; Damaged and repaired again in 198

TDH4519 C356
BC Transit (BC) 3511
Coaches transferred from Oakridge Tst. Ctre in 8/90 to BTC. 3511-retired May 23, 1991 PHOTO:JB/BCT-BH-3511 (4519)

TDH5303 C436
BC Transit (BC) 3601
5343-Coaches transferred from Oakridge Tst. Ctre in 8/90 ret to OTC, to BTC as 3601-retired May 17, 1991 PHOTO:JB/BCT-87-3601 (5303)

TDH5303 C437
BC Transit (BC) 3602
5344-Coaches transferred from Oakridge Tst. Ctre in 8/90 returned to OTC, to BTC as 3602-retired August 12, 1991

TDH5303 C438
BC Transit (BC) 3603
5345-Coaches transferred from Oakridge Tst. Ctre in 8/90 returned to OTC. To BTC as 3603-retired June 10, 1991

TDH5303 C439
BC Transit (BC) 3604
5346--Coaches transferred from Oakridge Tst. Ctre in 8/90 Returned to OTC. To BTC as 3604-retired Aug. 12, 1991 :3604 Burned up in the Scrap Yard at



Photograph database (4 matches)


1GDE5V1939F404563
DW Services (BC)
DW Services used this passenger counter -- all were removed when coaches came to CMBC, except S380 - Nov 2015

2PCX33494Y1027296
Pacific Coach Lines (1984) Ltd (BC)
PCS @ Bay 1, one of the coaches still showing BC Ferries, Vancouver BC - May 2010

T48A 8338
Private (See Notes)
The Brills bearing the 2400 fleet numbers were the last Brill Trolley-coaches delivered to Vancouver.  There were only 16 of them.  #2416 is preserv

UNKNOWN6356
Cantrail Coach Lines Ltd. (BC)
Friday June 21st saw two coaches running the 1.25pm Trainbus departure. 877 is behind, going through to Mission, 805 will short turn in Poco and retur





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