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  1. Overall, it looks pretty good, but that "swooosh" on the side... The City chose a livery for the trains without engaging the public (like Montreal or Calgary did), which would have gone. a long way in getting people excited about the project. The livery they chose included a "swooosh" that was on the bus stop flags, but never truly a well known part of the OC Transpo brand. The City re-branded OC Transpo AFTER choosing a livery for the trains, eliminating the "swooosh" in favour of the "O". Today, we have a modern system with modern branding, but using an outdated "swooosh" graphic
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  2. I suspect that the rebuilt Inveros (which 4202 is not by the way) will last a few more years, possibly at least three (so 2023 or around that range). As for unrebuilt Inveros, I think they'll continue to retire small batches at a time when new buses come in (they haven't been doing much of that since March). I suspect that the entirety of those will be pulled off by late 2021. We have 133 left unrebuilt (and 62 rebuilt units), so if we get another batch of LFSs in the future (it hasn't been talked about yet), then most if not all (excluding rebuilds) will likely retire at that point.
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