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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Fr 25 März - 16:36

Im from Belgrade, Serbia
Some buses we use




Trolleybuses



Trams



And in may we will have new trams like this one in Zaragoza, Spain

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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Di 29 März - 15:05

Zuthix schrieb:
To many to post Razz



Van Hool A300:



And many, many more, only some examples! Very Happy
Thats a Vanhool A600
A300 has 3 doors

I'm a bus drive rmyself in Belgium mostely i drive

NewAg300


Jonckheere transit2000G


Jonckheere transit2000


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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Di 29 März - 15:31

I live in Italy, in a city in the north of Milan.
In 2007 a new bus company was born, called Brianza Trasporti and brought to all this area new busses.
All these busses are Citaro, more or less the total number is more than 100 Citaro (My favourite Bus!!)

Here's some photos:

Citaro G (year 2007)






The 100th Citaro


One of the depots that this company has:




And then in January 2010 the company bought 16 more Citaro:











And the last month 10 more Citaro arrived.
This is the reason (i think) why i love the Citaro! I travel every day on a Citaro G for going to school! Smile
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Di 29 März - 18:31

Citaro, Citaro, Citaro... Don`t you get sick of them? I agree they look very nice but it looks like they are going to over the world, you can find them in almost every city. Unfortunately, almost all articulated buses in our city Amsterdam are also Mercedes Citaro`s. They have replaced alot of the following buses and they will probably replace them all in a short time.




Goodbye Volvo`s!
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Di 29 März - 18:44

New beauty in Budapest.
Man Lion's City NG323 EEV.
Notice the 5 doors.

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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   So 3 Apr - 14:38


One of our new Nabi BRT 65'


A now out of production NewFlyer C40LF. I Prefeer the Nabi 40' LFW's
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Do 7 Apr - 9:30

Five doors ? So good, passengers can up into the bus by all the doors (I don't now that, French specialitiy is "Montée par l'avant" > up only by the 1st door, soooo bad I think !) ?

There are some many photos about Belgium's busses, but no photos from Brussel... Don't cry, I'm here Very Happy






In Brussel, there are some museum busses, like this VanHool... :

Or this :

(What ? That's not a museum bus ? clown )

(If you want to see all my photos in Brussel, go here > https://picasaweb.google.com/gx217gnv/STIB#
Have fun Smile
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Do 7 Apr - 17:36

Public operator REVG (in fact Cologne's regional operator RVK runs the buses for them in their livery) mostly uses MAN Lion's City with interurban seats and transmission. Private subcompanies will use everything with wheels and low floor (low floor is mandatory for getting a sub-operator contract). Mostly first generation Mercedes Citaro, some Mercedes O405N2, and few "exotic" (most are quite common generally but not here) ones like MAN NL313, Neoplan Centroliner, Solaris Urbino and one Temsa Avenue. Funny thing is that most subcontractors will not repaint their buses and continue running them in the municipal bus service colours they bought them. So we have a Moenchengladbach O405N2, a Munich O405N, a Berlin Citaro...
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Fr 8 Apr - 1:01

Busses in the nations Capital, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

These buses were used for so many years but now have been scrapped. Man I loved those fishbowls lol.



Our double deckers:



Great pics here of the hybrids:

http://www.cptdb.ca/lofiversion/index.php?t10014.html

Our old Ikarus.. Man I miss those busses. Those Cummins engines. What a treat to hear!




The O-Train:


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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Fr 8 Apr - 3:15

In my hometown we have these; (Not my pictures so can only do links Wink )

The main buses (Not for much longer apparently Sad )

Dennis & Transbus Alx 400s;

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gbbuses/5526944866/

Volvo B7TL Plaxton Presidents

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gbbuses/5397368245/

Scania Omnicitiys;

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gbbuses/5397962246/

Alexander Dennis Enviro 200;

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gbbuses/5221328734/

Alexander Dennis Enviro 400;


And finally the new kids on the block;

Alexander Dennis Enviro 400 (Stagecoach London);

http://www.flickr.com/photos/46341292@N05/5503099564/

Alexander Dennis Enviro 200, So new, There not in service yet Twisted Evil (Stagecoach London)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/46341292@N05/5592169211/



I`ve missed a few out, But if you want to find them, Try searching for Romford Buses in flickr etc Wink

Cheers,
Chris
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 18 Apr - 10:44

These are some pictures of the buses at the garage i work at:





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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Fr 22 Apr - 4:56

Excellent pics everyone! I'm from Staten Island, New York (one of the 5 boros of New York City) and here the buses are under the control of MTA New York City Transit. Here's the buses I see everyday on Staten Island:

1999 Orion V



2008-2009 Orion VII Next Generation Hybrid





2011 Novabus LFS



If anyone has been to NYC or lives here you're probably familiar with the Staten Island Ferry. Here on Staten Island, about 23 different bus lines terminate at the ferry terminal and all the buses depart at the same time a few minutes after a ferry drops off riders. Here's a couple of videos:

Afternoon at St. George Ferry Terminal


2011 Novabuses at St George


Evening Rush Hour (Many buses!)
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 25 Apr - 10:56

here in southampton we have a Unique bus a Enviro 400 bodied Volvo B7TL only one ever made on a b7tl http://www.flickr.com/photos/8615623@N04/4772393154/
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 25 Apr - 12:50

Some videos from Ljubljana city center (23. October 2007, author STIBZDRU)

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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mi 27 Apr - 19:52

round here we have some dennis darts left, optare solos, and these are the latest buses purchased by arriva 6 years ago

http://www.flickr.com/photos/emdjt42/3923994578/ (not my account lol)

we do have some volvo double deckers on some routes still however. in the UK it is only london where every bus will have 2 sets of doors
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Fr 29 Apr - 9:33

tomtoon schrieb:
round here we have some dennis darts left, optare solos, and these are the latest buses purchased by arriva 6 years ago

http://www.flickr.com/photos/emdjt42/3923994578/ (not my account lol)

we do have some volvo double deckers on some routes still however. in the UK it is only london where every bus will have 2 sets of doors

Luton?

I thought you were in the North East Tom? Tom "Toon" ? Laughing

David.

www.omsi-addons.co.uk
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Fr 29 Apr - 21:36

Haha david no I live near luton. I'm a southerner but support newcastle because my dads family from there, hence the toon in my name
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Sa 30 Apr - 11:09

@ rzr09: First pic from Vauxhall and second pic from Bromley Common garage? Surprisingly local to me.
@Chrisrose: Romford is one of my favourite places for photos. Especially near the Market.

Here are some more from London:
http://www.londonbusroutes.net/photos/JPEGs/284-620.jpg
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5532895880/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5532926200/in/photostream/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5532895686/in/photostream/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5531112575/in/photostream/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5530360638/in/photostream/ (This route has just changed vehicles to Abellio London ALX400's)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5528831445/in/photostream/ (Hydrogen bus)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5527343320/in/photostream/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5526710823/in/photostream/

And my local routes:
http://www.londonbusroutes.net/photos/JPEGs/261-946.jpg
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5303587351/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/4861466916/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5637200313/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/50780708@N02/5416911646/

As some of the local may have guessed, I am from South London but I was born in North London lol!
I am a big bus fan and I even worked for a couple of companies: Arriva, Metroline and Blue Triangle (Now part of Go-Ahead London).

Ricky30
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 2 Mai - 22:14

London's buses are dreadfully boring these days, but rather like the SD200 and SD202 its recent past was much more interesting. We had..........

DMS - Daimler/Leyland Fleetline. 2646 built, very unreliable and were quickly replaced. Last one left service in early 1993

http://www.flickr.com/photos/45894788@N08/4412375346/

M - MCW Metrobus. 1440 MK1 and 2 MK2's bought new, many others bought in second hand. Extreamly versatile and reliable. Was still widely being used up until 2003 when the end was near. The last examples were withdrawn in our second city, Birmingham, last year. 21 MK1 and 1 MK2 had Cummins L10 engines, the majority had Gardener 6LXB engines coupled with Voith gearboxes,

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jdsandy/5143825060/

T - Leyland Titan. 1125 built. Leyland had serious problems getting them built which is why the Titan was really seen as a London bus and boosted orders the Metrobuses. Only small batches were sold outside London. Nearly all had Gardener 6LXB/Hydracylic combinations. T684 had a Voith gearbox.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/emdjt42/5029225712/

L - Leyland Olympian. A huge success outside of London but a modest 263 built with ECW bodies plus two batches of Leyland and Alexander bodies. Cummins powerplants replaced the bombproof Gardener 6LXB/Hydracyclic combination on the later batches. L1 had a Leyland TL11 engine and was unique (and hellfire!)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mr-bg/5214543947/

LS - Leyland National. The NBC ordered hundreds of these across the country and the National became the standard single decker across the county. London ordered.437 MK1 with Leyland 510 engines and 69 MK2 with Leyland 680 engines. They were not popular with the engineering staff but were hellfire to me.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/46341292@N05/4259343598/

LX - Leyland Lynx. The replacement for the Leyland National. LRT only purchased a handful of these L10 engined beasts. Outside London they were sold in modest numbers. The vast majority wee built with ZF gearboxes

http://www.flickr.com/photos/45491618@N07/4335107523/

RM - AEC Routemaster. To me these were only interesting when they were as originally built with AEC AV590 engines. They lasted up until 2005 with various refurbishments. Crew operated, these things have a massive following and the hype they got when the last one was taken off the 159 (my local route) was amazing. Overhyped? Yes, Special? Definately

http://www.flickr.com/photos/emdjt42/3197609072/

I am from South London and have worked for Arriva, Blue Triangle (before the sell out) and Sullivan Bus and have the privilage to drive pretty much all my favorites. These days, I hunt out the last of what to me was a golden era in London's Buses and actively help in the preservation of two Leyland Titans.
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 2 Mai - 22:20

North Shore Line schrieb:
2011 Novabus LFS


What a beautiful bus! Shocked I would be very happy to see someone make this bus for OMSI. I always liked US buses. Very good design! king
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 2 Mai - 22:31

@tomcloy

arent they making new routemasters to enter service in next few years (more fuel efficient and enviro friendly ones)?

found the article:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/london/hi/people_and_places/newsid_9180000/9180067.stm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-11734064
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 2 Mai - 22:39

@Tomtoon

Yes, they are attempting to make a Routemaster for the new age. The amount they are going to cost to make and the austerity measures may make it a pipe dream too far to our delusional mayor, Boris Johnson.

You can still ride Routemasters on the 9 and 15 but they are a mile away from the real thing.
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mo 2 Mai - 22:40

I think it would be good for london personally, more room on them too
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mi 4 Mai - 20:25

tomtoon schrieb:
Haha david no I live near luton. I'm a southerner but support newcastle because my dads family from there, hence the toon in my name

Well at least you have good taste in Footie teams... Wink
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BeitragThema: Re: Buses in your hometown   Mi 4 Mai - 20:50

David R schrieb:
tomtoon schrieb:
Haha david no I live near luton. I'm a southerner but support newcastle because my dads family from there, hence the toon in my name

Well at least you have good taste in Footie teams... Wink

lol Smile
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