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WMATA 1912 (ex-BTCo/MTA 1912)777 viewsWMATA #1912 was originally purchased and operarted by BTCo and MTA, and retired in 1980. In 1990 it was donated to WMATA and restored in 1991. It is seen here on display at the 2008 Maryland MTA bus rodeo. Photograph taken September 20, 2008 by Gary Calicchia.
BTCo 1426263 viewsBTCo #1426 on display at the 2010 MTA Roadeo. The original engine died and was replaced with another engine (6V-71) from BTCo #1800, a TDH5105 built in 1953. This coach is owned by a local private collector and can be seen at various transit-related events throughout the year. Photograph taken October 9, 2010 by Gary Calicchia.

MTA 3640 (ex-3132)535 viewsMaryland MTA #3640 is disabled seen here working the #22 to Violetville at Mondawmin station in September, 1993. At this point in time, the Flx New Looks were being retired, and it's very likely that this was the last day of service for #3640. This was one of 25 Flx New Looks (along with 25 GM New Looks) rehabbed and renumbered in 1985; it's original number was 3132. Photograph taken by Gary Calicchia.
MTA 3517465 viewsThe third incarnation of Maryland MTA #3517. In the mid to late 90s it was transformed into MTA's mobile command center. As such, it could found at MTA functions (seen here at the 2008 MTA Bus Roadeo) and the occasional Orioles/Ravens game. Photograph taken September 20, 2008 by Gary Calicchia.
MTA 9404738 viewsMaryland MTA #9404 taking a layover while working route 5 at Mondawmin Station.

The 9400s were a 1994 order but didn't arrive until 1995. 9401-9430 were powered by Cummins M-11 engines and 9431-35 had Detroit Series 60s, a departure from the standard 6V-92 engines equipped on most Flxible Metros ordered by MTA up to that time. They were held in high regard by operators, patrons, and fans alike for their power and performance. They were retired in 2010. Photograph taken September 2, 2008 by Gary Calicchia.
MTA 9526636 viewsThe 9500s were the last order of Flxibles delivered to MTA, and among the last orders to roll out of the Flx Corporation. The 9500 series is also notable for two other distinctions: the series was comprised two distinct vehicle types (9501 - 9510 were Nabi/Ikarus while 9521 - 9539 were Flx); and 9511 - 9520 never existed.

9526 was selected as MTA's first official historic bus, and was both restored and repainted to its original livery in 2010. Photograph taken October 9, 2010 by Gary Calicchia.
MTA 9739340 viewsMaryland MTA #9739 working route 7 on Paca Street approaching Saratoga Street on September 14, 2010. This bus has recently been retired. Delivered and entering service in 1997, the 9700s are now in the twilight of their operation. Originally an order of 50, their numbers are slowly dwindling as the series is being retired.
MTA 08020346 viewsMaryland MTA #08020 eases back into the flow of traffic after having picked up passengers at Baltmore & Calvert Streets during the early stage of its long journey to Lutherville. Photograph taken June 30, 2010 by Gary Calicchia.
MTA 09033326 viewsMaryland MTA #09033 waits for the green light on Howard Street at Baltimore Street. The latest order of 100 New Flyer Hybrids - numbered 09001 thru 09100 - began arriving in the summer of 2009 but didn't enter service until early fall. Each sports the same color scheme that first appeared on and was made popular by New Flyer DE60LFR coach 08003, though modified for a forty foot vehicle. Photograph taken July 2, 2010 by Gary Calicchia.

MTA 10041342 viewsMaryland MTA #10041 working route 27 at the Rogers Avenue Metro station. The 10000 (ten thousand) series is the most recent order of buses to enter service. All 41 coaches operate out of Bush division and two of the coaches have been wrapped to promote the upcoming Baltimore Grand Prix. Photograph taken February 26, 2011 by Gary Calicchia.

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