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This is the TTC promotional pamphlet about the GM Articulated buses.  12 of these buses were delivered in 1982 and were operated by the TTC until 1987 when they were sold to Mississauga Transit.


This is the TTC Promotional pamphlet about the various high floor buses that it has purchased over the years and the measurements of the GMC T6H-5307N "New Look".  Since the pamphlet was printed many of these buses have been retired: 3900-79 were retired in 1985-6, 7355-95 were retired in 1989, 7523-52 were retired in 1991, all of the 7000 series T6H-5307Ns and the D800As were retired in 1991-2, D800B buses were retired in 1996-8, D901A 8380-8486 were retired in 1999, D40-87s were retired in 1998-99 and all D40-90s were retired by June 2004.


This is the promotional pamphlet about the Orion III - Ikarus 286 articulated buses and their measurements.  These buses cost roughly $315,000 each and most have been retired at the end of 2000.  However, 19 buses were rebuilt and continued to operate on city streets.  All of these buses were assigned to the Malvern Garage until their retirement on June 20, 2003.


This is the promotional pamphlet and the measurements for the Orion I 30' buses.  All of these buses were retired and sold at the end of 1990.


This is the promotional pamphlet and the measurements for the 1991 Orion V CNG buses.  All of these buses operated out of Wilson Garage and were retired between August 2004 and March 2005.