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Bankstown based Westway Bus & Coach Service relaunched as Transit First in July 2003. The previous livery had its red stripes replaced by green and with a more striking green fronted livery used on low floor buses. MAN SL202 70 (MO1089), with PMC Metro 90 body, shows the livery for older vehicles as the sun sets on Sydney Central Station. The camera flash shows the new reflective fleetnames. The bus has an interesting history, being acquired in 2005 with some routes from Baxter's Bus Lines, where it was 48. It was new to the Riverside Bus and Coach Service (trading as Parramatta-Ryde Bus Service) with the distinctive rego MO5000. The bus passed to the STA, as 3566, in 1999 with all of Riverside's operations. The bus, built in 1990, passed to Veolia as 691 in 2007 with all of Transit First's fleet and survived into the early Transdev NSW days in 2013.
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Transit First Hino RG197K 67 (MO8955) with PMCA Commuter dating from 1995 came from Crossleys with Hino 68 (MO8956), several Leyland Leopards and half a dozen services in 1997. It is seen on post Christmas rail replacement service in December 2003.
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Acquired with the Bankstown Strathfield Bus Service in 2003 was this Custom 210 bodied Csepel.
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