Contents 1 Overview 1.1 Alternative fuels and vehicle technology 2 Bus fleet 2.1 Active 2.2 On order 3 Retired (incomplete) 4 Bus divisions 4.1 Closed divisions 5 See also 6 References


Overview[edit] Metro and its predecessor agencies have ordered buses from a variety of manufacturers over the years, including GMC, Flxible, Grumman, AM General, Transportation Manufacturing Corporation (TMC), Neoplan USA, New Flyer Industries, El Dorado National, Orion Bus Industries, Thomas Built Buses, Blue Bird Corporation, and North American Bus Industries (NABI). LACMTA has ordered over 1,500 buses from NABI in recent years, including purchasing an expanded fleet of 45-foot (14 m) buses, which they used to phase out their traditional 40-foot (12 m) vehicles. Alternative fuels and vehicle technology[edit] Metro is a major player in alternative fuel technologies, notably CNG, and the text "Nation's Largest Clean-Air Fleet" appears on the sides of many of its buses. The CNG fleet reduces emissions of particulates by 90%, carbon monoxide by 80%, and greenhouse gases by 20% over the 150 remaining diesel-powered buses in the fleet. Alternative fuel buses have logged more than 450 million operating miles since 1993, an industry record. Metro has also increased its use of on-board vehicle technology. Most buses are equipped with monitors for Transit TV broadcasts and to display real-time bus maps to show the location through GPS navigation; the latter is the first of its kind in the United States. The screens have been shut off as of early 2015, due to the frequent influx of passengers relying on using their personal mobile devices while on buses; such as cell phones, smartphones, and electronic tablets for entertainment while riding.[2] The increased use of personal mobile devices by passengers lead to the result of Metro implementing WiFi on all buses by April 2017. Also, as part of Metro's ATMS project, most buses include a marquee displaying the date and time, Automatic Voice Annunciation (AVA) for audio and visual announcements of each stop, and an audio and visual "Stop Requested" announcement. A supplemental audio announcement of "For your safety, please watch your step when exiting the bus" was added to all buses on February 28, 2013 and changed voice on March 2015.


Bus fleet[edit] This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Metro has the second largest bus fleet in North America with 2,472 buses, behind New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority with 5,593 and ahead of Toronto's TTC at 2,031 (2,160 with Wheel Trans). Active[edit] Make/ Model Length Picture Year Numbers (quantity ordered) Current Paint Schemes Engine Transmission Fuel propulsion Divisions Notes NABI 31-LFW 31 feet 2010 3100-3149 (50 buses) Metro Local Cummins-Westport ISL-G 8.9L Allison B300R6 Gen-IV CNG MV Transportation, Southland Transit and Transdev (contractors) Strictly operated by bus contractors. NFI XN40 40 feet 2015-2017 3850-4199 (350 buses) Metro Local Built to MARTA Specs Cummins-Westport ISL-G 8.9L Cummins-Westport ISL-G NZ[3] (#4172 only) Allison B400R6 Gen-V CNG 1, 2, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18 and Transdev (contractor) 4172 is the only unit powered with a Cummins Westport ISL-G Near Zero engine. NFI C40LF 2001 5300-5522 (223 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Cummins-Wesport ISL-G 8.9L Detroit Diesel Series 50G 8.5L Allison B400R5 Gen-III CNG 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18 and MV Transportation (contractor) Some units are retired. The rest are slated for retirement. NFI XN40 2013-2015 5600-6149 (550 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Cummins-Westport ISL-G 8.9L Allison B400R6 Gen-V CNG 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18, MV Transportation, Southland Transit and Transdev (contractors) NABI 40-LFW 2001 7300–7514 (215 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Detroit Diesel Series 50G 8.5L Cummins Westport ISL-G 8.9L Allison B400R5 Gen-III CNG 2, 7 and 9 As of August 1, 2017, 24 units remain in service. Most have retired. 2002 7600-7949 (350 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 18 and Southland Transit (contractor) 2/3 of the bus fleet are retired. 2005 7525–7599 (75 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Detroit Diesel Series 50MK-G 8.5L Allison B400R6 Gen-III 7, 9, 15 and 18 7540 is retired and had a Doosan GL11K engine. OBI VI (06.501) 2001 11000–11067 (67 buses) Metro Local Detroit Diesel Series 50 8.5L Allison B400R5 Gen-III Diesel MV Transportation (contractor) Soon to be replaced by ElDorado National Axess BRT buses. NABI 45C-LFW 45 feet 2004 8000-8099 (100 buses) Metro Rapid Metro Liner Metro Liner (# 8005 only) Detroit Diesel Series 50MK-G 8.5L Cummins Westport ISL-G Allison B400R6 Gen-III CNG 1, 3, 8, 9, 10, 13 and 15 8000 was a 2003 pilot' bus and is now retired. 8005 is rebranded in the Metro Silver Line livery for the Metro Liner. NABI Metro 45C 2008–09 8100-8400 (301 buses) Metro Local Metro Liner Cummins-Westport ISL-G 8.9L Allison B400R6 Gen-IV CNG 1, 7, 8, 9, 15 and 18 8285 is currently being tested with a Cummins Westport ISL-G NZ engine. Currently being repainted. 2010-11 8401-8491 (90 buses) Metro Local Metro Liner 7, 8, 9, 15 and 18 Currently being repainted. 2012-13 8500-8649 (150 buses) Metro Local 1, 3, 5, 7, 15 and 18 Some units have been repainted, while other units are slated for repaintment. NABI 60-BRT 60 feet 2005-2006 9200-9399 (200 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Metro Liner Cummins-Westport ISL-G 8.9L Allison B500R6 Gen-IV CNG 1, 5, 7, 8, 10, 13, 15 and 18 2006 9400-9495 (96 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Metro Liner 1, 5, 8, 15 and 18 2007–08 9500-9594 (95 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Metro Liner 7, 8, 10, 15 and 18 On order[edit] Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes (35 buses) TBD NFI XE60 TBD TBD Awarded $4.2 million by the Federal Transit Administration's Low or No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program.[4][5][6][7] Will be put on the Metro Orange Line only. (65 buses) TBD NFI XN60 TBD TBD To replace 60ft. buses built between 2004 and 2008. Deliveries between 2018 and 2022.[8] (295 buses) TBD ElDorado National Axess BRT Cummins Westport L9N Allison B400R6 Gen-V Options for 305 buses.[9] Scheduled to be delivered between spring 2018-fall 2019. (60 buses) TBD BYD BYD K9 TBD TBD To be used exclusively on the Metro Silver Line.[10]


Retired (incomplete)[edit] Make/Model Length Picture Year Numbers (quantity ordered) Current Paint Schemes Engine Transmission Fuel Propulsion Gillig Spirit 28 foot 1990 600 (1 bus) Yellow Jacket Cummins B5.9 Allison MT-645 Diesel Gillig Phantom 40 foot 1991 813-817 (4 buses) None Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-748 Diesel Eldorado National Aerolite 21 foot 1998 0005 (1 bus) Yellow Jacket Propane Ford Econoline 350 25 foot 1989 0006 (1 bus) Yellow Jacket Diesel GMC RTS-04 (T8J-204) 40 foot 1980-81 0023-0025 (3 buses) Purple Connector Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730 Diesel Eldorado National Aerotech 25 foot 1997 0025 (1 bus) Yellow Jacket Propane Gillig Phantom 40 foot 1994 1000-1010 (10 buses) None Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B400R Diesel BYD K9 39 foot 2014 1001-1005 (5 buses) Metro Local Electric Neoplan USA AN440A/3 40 foot 1987 1100-1189 (89 buses) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731 Diesel TMC RTS-06 (T80-206) 40 foot 1992 1200-1502 (302 buses) Yellow Jacket Metro Local Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731 Diesel Flxible Metro B CNG 40 foot 1989 1800-1809 (9 buses) Tri Stripe Cummins L10G Voith D863.3 CNG TMC RTS-06 (T80-206) 40 foot 1989 1970-1999 (30 buses) Yellow Jacket Metro Local Detroit Diesel 6V92TAC Allison V731 Diesel TMC RTS-06 (T80-206) 40 foot 1988 2000-2266 (266 buses) Yellow Jacket Metro Local Detroit Diesel 6V92TAC Allison V731 Diesel TMC RTS-06 (T80-206) 40 foot 1993 2006 (1 bus) None Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731 Diesel TMC RTS-06 (T80-206) 40 foot 1989 2300-2402 (102 buses) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TAC Allison V731 Diesel Flxible Metro B 40 foot 1988 2500-2649 (149 buses) Yellow Jacket Cummins L10 Voith D863.2 Diesel Flxible Metro B 40 foot 1989 2700-2764 (64 buses) Yellow Jacket Cummins L10 Voith D863.2 Diesel Flxible Metro B 40 foot 1990 2800-2870 (70 buses) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V71TAC Allison V731 Diesel Flxible Metro B 40 foot 1992 2900-2932 (32 buses) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V71TAC Allison V731 Diesel New Flyer D40LF 40 foot 1998 3000-3019 (19 buses) Metro Local Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B400R Diesel Neoplan USA AN440A 40 foot 1983-84 3300-3714 (314 buses) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747 Allison HTB-748 Diesel NABI 42-BRT 42 foot 2008-09 4200-4205 (5 buses) Metro Local Ford Triton V10 6.8L ISE Thundervolt TB40-HG Hybrid Drive System Gasoline-Electric GMC RTS-04 (T7J-604) 35 foot 1982 4400-4434 (34 buses) Yellow Jacket Metro Local Detroit Diesel 6V92TAC Allison V731 Diesel GMC RTS-04 (T8J-604) 40 foot 1983 4453,4460, 4461,4465 4466,4470 (6 buses) Blank Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730 Diesel Neoplan USA AN440 40 foot 1995-96 4500-4695 (195 buses) Metro Local Cummins L10G Allison B400R CNG Neoplan USA AN440 40 foot 1996-97 4696-4793 (97 buses) Metro Local Cummins L10G Allison B400R CNG New Flyer C40HF 40 foot 1999-2000 5000-5222 (122 buses) Metro Local Detroit Diesel Series 50G 8.5L Cummins Westport ISL G 8.9L Allison B400R CNG Neoplan USA AN440 40 foot 1997-98 6301-6600 (299 buses) Metro Local Cummins L10G Allison B400R CNG Neoplan USA AN440 40 foot 1999 6700-6799 (100 buses) Metro Local Cummins Westport L Gas Plus Cummins Westport ISL G 8.9L Allison B400R CNG NABI 40-LFW 40 foot 1999-2000 7000-7214 (215 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Detroit Diesel Series 50G 8.5L Cummins Westport ISL G 8.9L Allison B400R CNG Grumman Flxible 870 40 foot 1980 7500-7729 (229 buses) RTD Tri-Shape Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730 Diesel NABI 40C-LFW 40 foot 2002-03 7980-7999 (20 buses) Metro Local Metro Rapid Detroit Diesel Series 50G 8.5L Allison B400R5 Gen-III CNG GMC RTS-04 (T8J-204) 40 foot 1980-81 8200-9139 (939 buses) ATE Ryder RTD Tri-Stripe Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V730 Diesel MAN-AMG SG-220-18-2A 60 foot 1978 9250-9259 (9 buses) RTD Tri-Stripe MAN D2566 MLUM Renk-Doromat 874A Diesel Neoplan USA AN122/3 Skyliner 40 foot 1981 9902-9921 (19 buses) RTD Tri-Stripe Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-740 Diesel Thomas TL960 40 foot 2001 9950-9969 (19 buses) Metro Local Cummins ISC Allison B400R Diesel Blue Bird CSRE 3703 37 foot 2001 9970-9975 (5 buses) Metro Local Cummins ISC Allison B400R Diesel Gillig Phantom 40 foot 1994 9976 (1 bus) Metro Local Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B400R Diesel Gillig Phantom 40 foot 1989 9977 (1 bus) Metro Local Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-748 Diesel Gillig Phantom 40 foot 1993-94 9978-9980 (3 buses) Metro Local Detroit Diesel Series 50 ZF 4HP590 Diesel New Flyer D30LF 30 foot 1997-98 9981-9983 (3 buses) Metro Local Detroit Diesel Series 40 Allison B300R Diesel Eldorado National MST II 32 foot 2002 12501-12536 (35 buses) Yellow Jacket Cummins ISB Allison B300R Propane Eldorado National E-Z Rider II 30 foot 2003 12556-12570 (14 buses) Metro Local Cummins Westport B LPG Plus Allison B300R Propane Gillig Phantom 40 foot 1988 19088,19097, 19098,19101, 19102,19115, 19126,19127 (8 buses) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747 Diesel Gillig Phantom 35 foot 1983 805213 (1 bus) Yellow Jacket Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison HT-747 Diesel


Bus divisions[edit] Under the Metro governance structure, the routes operating out of each division are supervised by an integrated/centralized operations division with oversight provided by Service Councils composed of elected officials, appointed representatives, and transit users from a given area served by each division. While the Councils have geographical boundaries, in practice they only define where the members come from, as most of Los Angeles is served by routes operating out of multiple sectors. For instance, the Olympic Boulevard Rapid bus is operated by buses from the San Gabriel Valley sector, despite its entire route being in the Westside or Central Los Angeles areas. A list of routes operating from each sector can be found on the Metro web site. The SGV-3 in Cypress Park is the oldest bus yard in Metro history, which has been operating since 1907. It is home to 200 buses. Service sector abbreviations and division numbers are affixed to the windows and sides of many Metro buses. Some also have circular decals with the division name and an illustration in a style similar to that used in New York City and New Jersey. The following table lists all current bus divisions (rail divisions are not included): Number Name Sector 1 Central City Gateway Cities 2 Crossroads Depot Gateway Cities 3 North Los Angeles, Cypress Park San Gabriel Valley 4 (non-revenue vehicles) Gateway Cities 5 Arthur Winston, Mid-Cities South Bay 7 West Hollywood Westside/Central 8 West Valley San Fernando Valley 9 El Monte, San Gabriel Valley San Gabriel Valley 10 Gateway Westside/Central 13 Downtown Los Angeles Central Maintenance Facility (CMF) 15 East Valley San Fernando Valley 18 South Bay South Bay Closed divisions[edit] The following table lists all former divisions. Number Name 6 Venice 12 Long Beach 14 South Los Angeles[11] 16 Pomona


See also[edit] Bus transportation in California Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority topics Los Angeles Metro Rail rolling stock


References[edit] ^ Roman, Alex (September–October 2009). "Top 100 Transit Bus Fleets" (PDF). Metro Magazine. Vol. 105 no. 8. p. 22. Retrieved 2009-11-05.  ^ http://thesource.metro.net/2015/02/10/metro-statement-on-transit-tv-monitors-on-buses/ Metro statement on Transit TV monitors on buses ^ https://www.newflyer.com/rss/758-new-flyer-expands-clear-air-propulsion-leadership-with-the-cummins-westport-isl-g-near-zero-emissions-engine ^ New Flyer Named by LA Metro as a Partner For an FTA Program Regarding Zero-Emissions Vehicle Deployment, New Flyer Industries. Dated May 4, 2016, retrieved on July 20, 2016. ^ Fiscal Year 2015 Low and No-Emission Vehicle Deployment Program Projects, Federal Transit Administration. Retrieved on May 5, 2016. ^ http://metro.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=696&meta_id=57652 ^ http://thesource.metro.net/2017/07/27/as-metro-pursues-electric-bus-fleet-by-2030-three-bus-contracts-go-to-board-on-thursday/ ^ http://thesource.metro.net/2017/07/27/as-metro-pursues-electric-bus-fleet-by-2030-three-bus-contracts-go-to-board-on-thursday/ ^ http://metro.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=696&meta_id=57652 ^ http://thesource.metro.net/2017/07/27/as-metro-pursues-electric-bus-fleet-by-2030-three-bus-contracts-go-to-board-on-thursday/ ^ Reclaimed bus yard begins life as urban wetland Los Angeles Times Feb. 10, 2012 v t e Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Services Metro Rail Subway  Red Line  Purple Line Light rail  Blue Line  Expo Line  Green Line  Gold Line Metro Busway  Orange Line  Silver Line Metro Bus Metro Local Metro Rapid Metro Express Stations Union Station Patsaouras Transit Plaza El Monte Station Metro Rail stations Metro Busway stations Facilities El Monte Busway Harbor Transitway MTA Building Capital projects  Crenshaw/LAX Line Regional Connector  Purple Line Extension  Gold Line Foothill Extension Fleet Bus fleet Rail fleet Other information Transit Access Pass (TAP) Transportation in Los Angeles LAX FlyAway Metrolink Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Los_Angeles_Metro_bus_fleet&oldid=826422872" Categories: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation AuthorityBus transportation in CaliforniaCalifornia transportation-related listsPublic transportation in Los Angeles County, CaliforniaHidden categories: Articles needing additional references from January 2015All articles needing additional referencesArticles containing potentially dated statements from 2009All articles containing potentially dated statementsArticles needing additional references from July 2015


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