Transit Windsor 742-756

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Transit Windsor 742-756 were GMDD TDH-4519 buses built and delivered in 1967 to the predecessor Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company. They were transferred to Transit Windsor on November 1, 1977, and retained their original numbers.

Engine Transmission Seating Destination Sign
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9 Rollsign

Details

742-746

Fleet Number Thumbnail Build
Date
Serial License plate(s) Status/Disposal Notes
742 1967 C277 BA5 930
Retired
743 1967 C278 BA5 931
Retired
744 1967 C279 BA5 932
Retired
745 1967 C280 BA5 933
Retired
746 1967 C281 BA5 934
Retired

747-751

Fleet Number Thumbnail Build
Date
Serial License plate(s) Status/Disposal Notes
747 1967 C287 BA5 935
Retired
748 1967 C288 BA5 936
Retired
749 1967 C289 BA5 937
Retired

Converted to City of Windsor Mobile Museum.
750 1967 C290 BA5 938
Retired

Sold to St. Thomas Transit 6701 in 2002.

751 1967 C291 BA5 939
Retired

752-756

Fleet Number Thumbnail Build
Date
Serial License plate(s) Status/Disposal Notes
752 1967 C341 BA5 940
Retired
753 1967 C342 BA5 941
Retired
754 1967 C343 BA5 942
Retired
755 1967 C344 BA5 943
Retired
756 1967 C345 BA5 944
Retired


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Current Fleet
Low Floor 425-430, 431-436, 438-444, 555-564, 570-577, 630-633, 634-639, 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
Sarnia
Detroit suburbs
Tecumseh
Windsor