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  1. But the blue line has "newer" equipment. Those being the 3200's. Hence why orange will be getting the 7000's first since the orange line is all 2600's.
  2. Blue line won't be getting them first. The Orange line will because it has the oldest cars in the fleet. blue will probably get them last.
  3. 6510-21 can move to sw when nw becomes full cng and operate them along route 381 until pulse service begins.
  4. There is now a shield for the driver. Chargers are under the seats
  5. The one thing I didn't like from the NABI's is that they bounce a lot when it hits a bump on the road. Those buses always makes me almost fly off my seat.
  6. They may be ugly but they operate better than the NF's. Haven't seen any eldo's catch fire unlike the new flyers that cta owns.
  7. 6511 is missing its rear destination sign. It has been plated over.
  8. John7

    CTA 'L' Rosters

    Proof. Apologies for recording far but you'll notice the LED lights. 20201117_211006.mp4
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    CTA 'L' Rosters

    Orange line got some of its 3200 cars back. Saw 4 as I arrived at the pulaski orange line
  10. I heard that they started collecting fares onboard UP trains. can anyone confirm this?
  11. At least it stands out. I'm wondering if they'll convert all the Pullmans into bike acessible cars like the pic that's shown?
  12. They are pulse buses. However I doubt 6 buses is enough for the halsted pulse service.
  13. I encountered this and found it strange. Is it a meter to show how much power is on the pantograph? (@ midway orange line)
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