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|align="center" colspan="2"| <big>'''Feature photo March 2015'''</big>
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|align="center" colspan="2"| <big>'''Feature photo April 2015'''</big>
 
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|[[Bombardier]] recently completed production of their "classic" [[Bombardier BiLevel|BiLevel]] coach. Since 1977, a total of 1,118 coaches have been built for a number of operators across North America. A new generation of BiLevel with Crash Energy Management features has entered production and will soon be delivered to [[GO Transit]].  
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|A year after [[New Flyer]] acquired [[NABI]], they announced that the latter's product offerings would be discontinued. This brand new [[Foothill Transit]] NABI [[North American Bus Industries 42-BRT|42-BRT]] bus, is likely one of the last of such model produced.  
 
Want to nominate a photo? [[Talk:Feature Photo|Feature photo nominations]]  
 
Want to nominate a photo? [[Talk:Feature Photo|Feature photo nominations]]  
 
See [[Feature Photo Archive|past feature photos]]  
 
See [[Feature Photo Archive|past feature photos]]  

Revision as of 20:24, 4 April 2015

Feature photo April 2015
Foothill Transit F2319-a.jpg
A year after New Flyer acquired NABI, they announced that the latter's product offerings would be discontinued. This brand new Foothill Transit NABI 42-BRT bus, is likely one of the last of such model produced.

Want to nominate a photo? Feature photo nominations See past feature photos

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