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Transit service for the 54,000 people in North Bay is provided by a fleet of 22 buses operating seven days a week on a half-hour schedule from the downtown transit terminal at Oak Street and Ferguson Street. The bus fleet consists of 35 and 40 GM New Looks; GM and MCI Classics, both new and second-hand; Orion I and V buses, Eldorado E-Z Riders and recently-purchased New Flyer D40LF buses.

 

All photos by the webmaster.

 

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733 is a rebuilt 1975 T6H-4523N, one of the few buses still in the old red paint scheme. This photo was taken at the downtown transit terminal on August 23, 2004.

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T728 is a 1983 GM TC-40102N, acquired second-hand from Quebec City, where it ran as 8304. It is shown at the downtown terminal on August 23, 2004.

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T731 is another second-hand 1983 GM Classic, this one being ex-Longueuil 8-315. This photo was taken at the downtown terminal on August 23, 2004.

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T732 is ex-STRSM 8-310, shown at the downtown transit terminal on August 23, 2004.

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T744 is a 1984 GM TC-40102N, this one purchased new by North Bay Transit. This photo was taken on August 23, 2004, at the downtown transit terminal.

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T753 is a 1990 Orion 05.501, shown at the downtown bus terminal on August 23, 2004. This bus has had its rear window covered over for use as extra advertising space. There are five Orion V buses in North Bay, all of them purchased in 1990.

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T755 is another 1990 Orion V, shown at the downtown terminal on August 23, 2004.

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T762 is a 1992 MCI TC-40102N, still painted in the old livery. This photo was taken at the downtown terminal on August 23, 2004.

 

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