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3001 BC Transit did have the prototype BC Gas TDH5303 - #3001. It was in fact the first experimental dual-fuel vehicle. The CNG was injected into the air intake while diesel went in through a much smaller than normal injector. The bus started on 100% diesel until the intake temperature was high enough to ensure the CNG/diesel mixture would vaporize. The diesel would then drop to about 5% and it served only to lubricate engine seals. Other buses run on 100% CNG suffered from seal failures becaus...

4.8_Bus_Technology_and_Alternative_Fuels -2- The emission data will also allow us to refine our fleet emissions inventory used to estimate the effect of implemented strategies. To date, the project has included 21 test buses representing the following technologies and fuels: Table 1 ­ Tested Technologies Engine Systems Drive Train Technology Bus Engine ...

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 ...

BC Transit fuel cell fleet
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BC Transit Fuel Cell
BC Transit Fuel Cell ...

bcgov_news_20070430 NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release Office of the Premier 2007OTP0057-000539 Ministry of Transportation April 30, 2007 WORLD'S FIRST HYDROGEN BUS FLEET ONE STEP CLOSER VANCOUVER ­ The Province is a step closer to deploying the world's first fleet of hydrogen buses with $45 million that will go toward t...

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...

Fuel Cell Buses
Fuel Cell Buses ...

Fuel Showcase
Fuel Showcase ...

hydrogen NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release Office of the Premier 2007OTP0057-000539 Ministry of Transportation April 30, 2007 WORLD'S FIRST HYDROGEN BUS FLEET ONE STEP CLOSER VANCOUVER ­ The Province is a step closer to deploying the world's first fleet of hydrogen buses with $45 million that will go toward the producti...

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° ...

Surrey Leader
Mayors resisting TransLink reform By Jeff Nagel Jun 15 2007 A number of regional politicians are vowing to fight transportation minister Kevin Falcon’s radical remake of TransLink every step of the way. Since the required legislation didn’t pass the Legislature this spring, they will start by refusing to join the transportation minister’s plan to get an early start on work to select a new, unelected professional board of directors. Falcon says the reforms will go ahead, with or ...

vancouver.pdf Vancouver Transit Natural Gas Bus System Background BC Transit - Vancouver, provides a fully integrated natural gas and pay the standard tariff rate. The buses transit service in the Vancouver lower mainland area were commissioned and introduced into service in using diesel, CNG buses, trolley buses, Sea Bus, Sky November 1995 and operate out of the Port Coquitlam Train and commuter rail in an 1,800 square kilometre Transit Facility....

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BC Transit (BC) 8873
HELP bumper Victoria. named Seychelles for 1994 Commonwealth Games;02/02: deplated ex 3917BW;;02/10:deplated ex 5286FN; 09/08:Andy Hill: Was just fi

Demonstration vehicle
Prototype Ballard Fuel Cell bus, in BC Transit colours. Owned by Ballard.

Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 7244
99/4: Ex-BCT ;00/06: rereg. fr. 6748CX;<A HREF="">Fuel Cell buses</A>; <A HREF="http://www.trans

Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 7245
99/4: Ex-BCT ;00/06: rereg. fr. 6765CX;<A HREF="">Fuel Cell buses</A>

Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 7246
99/4: Ex-BCT ;00/06: rereg. fr. 6764CX;<A HREF="">Fuel Cell buses</A> - <A HREF="http://www.trans

Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 8052
98 B-Line colours;;00/11*:BTC-178 05/02:I also note that 8052 has its new engine installed. It is bright yellow and at first I was curious and though

Demonstration vehicle
Orion VII hybrid electric demo :driven by BAE HybriDrive propulsion system. 5.9 diesel engine drives the generator which generates electricity to the

T6H5307N C2135
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 6621
Ex Burnaby Tst. Ctr 5365 to Port Coq. Ctr 9665. Converted to run on CNG (when?). Unlike the conversions on 9401/2/3 this bus does not have a fuel pump

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Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC)
On Rte 123 N/B Willingdon Ave in Fuel test paint scheme, Burnaby BC

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