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Charlottesville Transit Service, Albermale County

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Visiting Charlottesville in August 2010, the local Transit Authority was on the cusp of a change of image, which may explain why this Gillig Advantage, 100, was in an anonymous white livery. The authority was about to change its name from Charlottesville Transit Service to Charlottesville Area Transit and the inevitable feline marketing as CAT. As will be seen in the images that follow buses were either in bland white or embelished in red and yellow, with the occasional blue skirt or in the previous simple white with thin red stripes.
 
On the main street through Charlottesville, sister vehicle 101 demonstrates why Charlottesville will not be embracing doubledeck operation, even with Alexander Dennis' 4m Enviro500! This Advantage does have the pre-CAT insignia on its otherwise plain white livery.
 

Similarly liveried Advantage 103 is seen through the offending low railway bridge.
 

Gillig 103 again Downtown Transit Station on route to the Fashion Mall with 100 behind.
 

Gillig 105 heads downtown. It too is adorned with just the fleet logo.
 
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