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|align="left" colspan="2"| [[Calgary Transit]] is currently taking delivery of their new [[Siemens S200]] LRVs. The new cars, inspired by the aesthetics of a Calgary Flames goalie mask, will expand the fleet as well as replace some of the oldest cars. As of this month, five cars have been delivered. The first cars are expected to enter service in the coming months.
 
 
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== '''Welcome to the CPTDB Wiki!''' ==
  
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Latest revision as of 04:51, 3 March 2017

Sound Transit Siemens S700-a.jpg

Photo by: 'bnsf27' - week of October 03 - submit yours

On October 2, 2021, Sound Transit's Northgate Link extension opened to the public, adding three new stations and 4.3 miles of track to the 1 line. A set of new Siemens S700 LRVs are pictured here arriving at Northgate Station.

Welcome to the CPTDB Wiki!

The CPTDB Wiki is a collaborative effort by members of the Canadian Public Transit Discussion Board to document any information on public transportation. Rosters for transit agencies and charter coach operators are a large part of this collection.

Specific focuses include transit buses, highway coaches, and general information on the types of vehicles used. An extensive collection of photographs, listings of vehicle manufacturers and models, the companies that operate these vehicles, as well as components used on board can be found here.

Simply use the search field to find something specific, or choose a link on the left-hand navigation menu to access the wealth of information contained on the CPTDB Wiki.




Interested in contributing? Please see this thread.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to send us a message here.