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aud News News NEWS RELEASE June 5, 1997 Auditor General Reports on BC Transit Productivity, Marketing VICTORIA--After completing a comprehensive review of BC Transit's bus operations and marketing functions, George Morfitt, British Columbia's Auditor General, has concluded that BC Transit needs to improve productivity, and the way it listens to its customers. Morfitt's audits looked at how Transit manages its largest single cost -bus operators - and assessed how market-focused Transit ...

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 ...

FPZ CARRY VALl A TRANSITFAREON TRANSLINKBUSES Beginning June 25. all TransLink buses and Community Shuttles in the Greater Vancouver region will be officially designated as Fare Paid Zones. All customers must carry a valid proof of payment (ticket. pass or validated FareSaver) whenever they are aboard a TransLink vehicle. Fareenforcement will be conducted by Transit Police officers and Transit Security members. Anyone who fails to produce a valid fare u...

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 ...

Quesnel BEST PRACTICES IN PUBLIC TRANSIT NO. 1 SUMMER 2005 PUBLISHED BY BC TRANSIT Photo by Mas Matsushita Getting your Politicians on Board: A Case Study Quesnel, British Columbia, a small community of 10,000 residents, is big on transit. City council makes transit a priority and continually stays in touch...

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;00/11*:BTC-178 15/02: RICHMOND (NEWS1130) � Thousands of homes in Richmond were without power this morning after a transit bus crashed into a power

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