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ION - Waterloo Region's Light Rail Transit
(Yesterday, 02:24 PM)Square Wrote:
(10-18-2018, 10:01 PM)Canard Wrote: Hi everyone, can confirm that the vehicle which was delivered a few days ago was 512.  Hope this helps!

Any more vehicles coming from Kingston?  Thank you.

There is one on the way.
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(Yesterday, 02:24 PM)Square Wrote: Any more vehicles coming from Kingston?  Thank you.

Not at the moment, no.
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(Yesterday, 04:05 PM)Canard Wrote:
(Yesterday, 02:24 PM)Square Wrote: Any more vehicles coming from Kingston?  Thank you.

Not at the moment, no.

Is 501 the only one remaining in Kingston? Presumably that would need to arrive reasonably soon, too, if the December revenue service is to become reality.
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(Yesterday, 07:07 PM)tomh009 Wrote:
(Yesterday, 04:05 PM)Canard Wrote: Not at the moment, no.

Is 501 the only one remaining in Kingston? Presumably that would need to arrive reasonably soon, too, if the December revenue service is to become reality.

510, 514, and 513 are also still there.
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