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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 ...

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...

news 01/01: From a source in Victoria: Tridents were not to be put out in service New Years Eve. But, apparently, they were. Three had seats slashed on the upper deck. All have been repaired using spare bolts of cloth sent over from the UK with the buses. Overall BCT is pleased with the Tridents and will likely exercise its option for more, but this time with Alexander bodywork. Trident 9009 seems to be the odd man out... its body was built in Birmingham, England, not Portugal. It appears the ...

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 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 ...

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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

E901A E10240 2344
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2729
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors; Owned by Hong Kong;has larger rounded numbers on back; 99/4: Ex-BCT ;02/06: rereg. fr. 7919NT;02/11:Probably gone

E901A E10240 2356
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2741
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors; Owned By Hong Kong; Winter 96 - had a replacement blind from a diesel with small numbers. ; 99/4: Ex-BCT ;02/06:

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

D800 D10240 0597
BC Transit (BC) 5148
to Burnaby Transit Ctr. (3/87), returned 7/87. To BTC (08/90) as 5148. On loan to Oakridge in 1992 Assigned to BTC April to June, 87 to test compatib

E902 E10240 2501
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2887
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors; owned by CANADA; 99/4: Ex-BCT ;Original paint scheme with black front. It also has squared-off unit numbers.;02/0

E902 E10240 2513
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2899
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors;owned by CANADA;has larger old style block numbers on back; 99/4: Ex-BCT ;02/06: rereg. fr. 8079NT

E902 E10240 2772
Coast Mountain Bus Co. (BC) 2947
DE, dual stream front bi-fold doors, ex 2701 (1st) 2nd Flyer/Westinghouse Vancouver trolley prototype *note_: As built it had no serial. Only when reb

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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

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