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Toronto transit projects
The article says the partners are Nova Bus and New Flyer though.
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
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Probably was just a generic photo then. Strange it would be two different bus manufacturers - with a fleet of only 6 I would have thought they'd go with 6 all the same.
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(08-05-2017, 12:50 PM)Canard Wrote: Probably was just a generic photo then. Strange it would be two different bus manufacturers - with a fleet of only 6 I would have thought they'd go with 6 all the same.

It's a test. They want to evaluate different options. If they decide to roll out a larger fleet, they'll certainly pick one model from these two.
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Neat, will be interesting to see how they pick a "standard" kind of charger and pantograph system.
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