La Presse has released a interesting article chronicling Novabus since they started manufacturing buses in 1993, to where the present days. Outlined in the article, are what were involved in the development of their LFS model, challenges they encountered since its initial release, and how they evolved through the
Prevost, the Quebec based coach manufacturer, recently celebrated their 95th anniversary!Historian Bill Luke spoke to Metro-Magazine about the company’s history. Check out the full article on Metro-Magazine.com!You can also read Metro-Magazine’s article from August here.
The Transit Museum Society of British Columbia recently conducted a successful tour of suburban Metro Vancouver with vintage BC Hydro Transit Bus No. 4612, a 1964 General Motors TDH-4519 “fishbowl” model. Even though GM vehicles were heavily featured in BC Electric’s Victoria fleet, the Vancouver division mostly standardized on Twin Coach and Canadian Car
Metro Transit 709 Charter – Paul is seen in the group photo, second row centre, sporting the grey coat and blue cardigan underneath. May 21, 2019 Paul Leger, a CTHF member from Halifax, NS, and long time bus historian, passed away on Sunday, May 19th. Paul recently celebrated
In 1978 the Canadian National Exhibition, also known as the Ex, turned 100 years old! That same year the Toronto Transit Commission had also released its new streetcar, the Canadian Light Rail Vehicle. GO Transit was also unveiling its new bi-level train coaches to replace the older single-deck cars. To celebrate these new