D-dot's New Flyer D40LF bus #3905 on Route 78 Imperial
UPDATE: After 54 years of service, Route 78 Imperial Express (Limited) is now discontinued, eliminated and history due to increased low passenger ridership and drastic service cuts.
Sorry about that folks; my first Windows Media movie with the D-dot's transportation wasn't to good so I had to take it off my video gallery so forgive me on that because this is my first time that I'm trying something new anyway.
Well, anyhoo, here is D-dot's 2004's New Flyer D40LF bus#3905 operating on Route#78 Imperial/Grand River(Limited/Express).
Engine: Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR
Transmission: Allison B400R 5 or 6 speed auto
Due to budget problems that happened in 2005, Route 78 has been slated down to rush-hour traffic hours only(which means Route 78 no longer runs all day from 9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m.).
A ride on Philadelphia Phlash's New Flyer Midi
This is one of a few New Flyer Midi's bought (this one is leased) to
operate on the Phlash tourist shuttle in Philadelphia, PA. This was the
route from the Please Touch Museum to the Philadelphia Zoo and Art Museum.
Mississauga Transit 2008 New Flyer D60LFR #0855
A ride aboard Mississauga Transit 2008 New Flyer D60LFR #0855 on Route 26 E
Burnhamthorpe, traveling eastbound.
Cummins ISM / Allison B500R
By: Ryan Flores
Date Taken: 2008/02/16
TTC New Flyer D40LF #7323
Ride aboard 1998 TTC New Flyer D40LF, unit 7323, as it goes southbound to
Kipling Station via Route 111 East Mall.
FIRST RTS-II COACH ARRIVED IN DETROIT 30-YEARS AGO
June 26, 2008, marked thirty continuous years of the RTS (Rapid Transit
Series) Advanced Design Bus operating along the streets of Detroit, MI.
In early 1978, the Detroit Department of Transportation (D-DOT) surveyed
its riders to gather their opinions regarding the quality of the city's bus
service. Unfortunately, the survey results were not good. However, DDOT
management took advantage of an opportunity to release the results of the
survey to coincide with the launching of its new fleet of GMC "RTS-II"
During a press conference held at the west-side Coolidge Terminal, on
Friday, June 23, 1978, DDOT unveiled its new bus fleet to the media. The
department had anticipated that the new RTS fleet would drastically improve
the quality of DDOT bus service.
This video compiles newsclips from three local newscasts (WJBK-TV2, WWJ-TV4
(now WDIV) and WXYZ-TV7) that covered the media event back in 1978.
GM's first newly designed transit bus since 1959 began service in Detroit
on Monday, June 26, 1978. The DDOT #1300-series RTS's (#1300-1369) featured
in this video were the first Model TH-8203 (second series - "Series 03")
RTS-II coaches to be manufactured by GMC Truck & Coach.
(video posted for educational purposes only)
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Malta Buses End Of An Era DVD 2 Excerpts.
Excerpts from the 2nd DVD in the 2 DVD set 'Malta Buses: End Of An Era'
which commemorates the changes to Malta bus services in July 2011. DVD set
is available from www.bhtransportdvds.co.uk, price £17.00. Wide screen, UK
PAL format, also available on Ebay.
MTS_2013 New Flyer XN60 #1120 - Inuagural Day Rapid Route 235, My First Ride On 235
2013 New Flyer XN60
First day of Rapid 235, June 8,2014. The transmission on this bus made a
lot of noise, growly grinding sound.
These buses are very nice and the service is quick. I really hope people
take this as an alternative transportation to downtown. The comfort,
convienence, and saving fuel makes this a very viable option to driving.
MTS went all out on this one, hopefully people will see the benefits.
D-dot NovaBus RTS 82VN #3857
Here is D-dot's 2002 NovaBus RTS operating on Route 16 Dexter.
Oh, and, sorry, but this bus is going STRAIGHT TO SOUTHFIELD AND W. OUTER
DRIVE, NOT NORTHLAND!
Engine: Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR
Flint MTA 1996 New Flyer D40LF #1170
***UPDATE: 7/24/11*** It is confirmed that this D40LF bus of Flint is from
UPDATE: This video was recorded on Dec 31st, 2007.
Here is a ride on Flint MTA New Flyer D40LF bus that is begining its route
10 Richfield to Courtland Mall after it departs from the MTA service
center. This bus is powered with the Detroit Diesel Series 50 engine with
the Allison B400R WTEC 5 speed automatic transmission.
D-dot 2004 New Flyer D40LF bus #3978
Watch this video in high-quality mode!
Listen to the sound audio of the New Flyer D40LF bus #3978 that has the
Detroit Diesel Series 50 EGR engine and the Allison B400R WTEC automatic
*Ex-SMART* D-dot 1995 NovaBus RTS T8O-206 #3214 (RETIRED)
Take a ride on the NovaBus RTS T80-206 #3214 owned and operated by
D-dot(Detroit Department of Transportation) as this bus is operating on
Route 22 Greenfield to Northland Mall.
This bus was formely owned by SMART before it was sold to D-dot around 1997
due to Suburban SMART Transit's finacial problems.
Powertrain: Detroit Diesel Series 50 + Allison V-731
UPDATE: This coach and the rest of the coaches #3200-3232 have been retired
between the summer and autumn of 2008.
LTC 2004 New Flyer D40LF #450
Your chance to ride a London Transit D40LF, #450, which is the LTC's very
first D40LF. It was recorded on the "10 Wonderland" route on Southdale Road
between Notre Dame Drive and Nixon Ave.. Powertrain on these buses is
Cummins ISL with Allison B400R Transmission.
Northwest Bus Sales Used New Flyer D40LF Low Floor Transit Bus T17947
Bus Body Manufacturer and Model: New Flyer D40LF
Chassis Manufacturer: New Flyer
Engine: Cummins 8.3 Liter turbo Diesel
Transmission: Allison B500R Automatic
Mileage: Call For Mileage
Passenger Entry Door: Dual Air Operated Entry Doors
Passenger Capacity: 37 or 33 + 1 or 29 + 2 Wheelchairs
Heat: Driver and Passenger Heat
A/C: Driver & Passenger Air Conditioning
Mirrors: Large Power Exterior Mirrors w/Convex
Tinted Passenger Windows
Dual Entry Grab Bars
Tilt and Telescoping Steering Wheel
Front Mounted Bicycle Rack
Air Ride Drivers Seat
Dual Interior Ceiling Grab Rails
In-Step Wheelchair Lift
LED Brake, Turn & Tail Lights
Front & Side Destination Signs
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