Transit Windsor 727-741

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Transit Windsor 727-741 were GMDD TDH-4519 buses built and delivered in 1966 to the predecessor Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company. They were transferred to Transit Windsor on November 1, 1977, and retained their original numbers.

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Details

727-736

Fleet Number Thumbnail Build
Date
Serial License plate(s) Status/Disposal Notes
727 1966 C172 BA5 916
Retired
728 1966 C173 BA5 917
Retired
May 1983

Sold to Burlington Transit.

729 Transit Windsor 729-a.jpg 1966 C174 BA5 918
Retired
730 1966 C175 BA5 919
Retired
731 1966 C176 BA5 920
Retired
732 1966 C177 BA5 921
Retired
733 1966 C178 BC9 766
Retired
734 1966 C179 BA5 922
Retired
735 1966 C180 BA5 923
Retired
736 1966 C181 BA5 924
Retired

737-741

Fleet Number Thumbnail Build
Date
Serial License plate(s) Status/Disposal Notes
737 Transit Windsor 737-a.jpg 1966 C201 BA5 925
Retired
738 1966 C202 BA5 926
Retired
739 1966 C203 BA5 927
Retired
May 1983

Sold to St. Catharines Transit.

740 1966 C204 BA5 928
Retired
741 1966 C205 BA5 929
Retired


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Current Fleet
Low Floor 425-430, 431-436, 438-444, 555-564, 570-577, 630-633, 634-639, 670-685, 8001-8026, 8027-8045
LF Hybrid 601-618, 619-629
Routes
Current 1A, 1C, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 25, 42, Tunnel Bus
Facilities
Non-Passenger Transit Centre
Passenger Windsor International Transit Terminal, Downtown Detroit, Rosa Parks Transit Center
Far Southwest Ontario and Southeast Michigan Agencies
Ann Arbor
Port Huron
Chatham-Kent
Detroit bus
Detroit People Mover
Monroe
Leamington
Detroit M-1 Rail
Detroit M-1 Rail
RTA
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Detroit suburbs
Tecumseh
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