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4.8_Bus_Technology_and_Alternative_Fuels
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 ...

aud
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 ...

bct1
bct1 bct The history of transit in British Columbia, Canada, is really the history of one company, the British Columbia Electric Railway Ltd. It and its successor companies -it was provincialised in 1962- provide public transit throughout the province. At first, just Vancouver and Victoria, but beginning in 1972, the provincial government offered transit service to various other communities. Some cities, like Nelson, Powell River, and West Vancouver, already had municipally owned transit sy...

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 ...

news
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 ...

TRIDENTS
TRIDENTS ------- Start of forwarded message ------- Subject: Re: Trident report To: Michael TaylorNoonan From: Ba See Lo Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2001 16:49:49 -0700 Some friends of mine and I recently made a day trip to Victoria to ride the Trident double-deckers and the Dart low-floor buses. The transit strike in Vancouver is leaving us gunzels with withdrawal symptoms! The drivers seem to love the vehicles, both manufactured by Dennis. The Tridents have a Cummins ISM engine coup...

TRIP
TRIP Trolley Electronics #1. -How are the electronics set up on our > current fleet? Just what is in the engine bay of the bus and what is mounted underneath? I imagine there's a fairly significant number of batteries for the auxiliary power unit... The batteries are in trays along the left and right sides of the buses, the ones that have grilles in them. #2. -What did they do in the various TRIPP programs? I know there were some changes to improve cooling and to try and keep stuff dry but...

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 ...


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Private (See Notes) 5509
Kensington Transit Centre 5631 in 1976 to STC 7507.To Oakridge Transit Centre 3515, then to BTC as 5561 in March or April, 1986. 7507 was first bus re



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