Driver comfort all the way, with that USSC seat, and the positioning of the controls. The green button on the left of the dash is to open the door.
This is the area where the passengers sit. Thes have all the luxury of a tour bus, except the VCRs and the bathroom.
1917 on the HP route. This bus is based at Harmar.
Another Harmar based coach, this time sitting at a light at Stanwix St.
Harmar unit 1925 sitting at night downtown.
1940 showing itself off at the 2002 Port Authority rodeo.
1901, destination, Collier garage. This photo was taken a few hours after it arrived from Neoplan.
Here's 1902 in a new paint job, zipping down Liberty Ave. Downtown.
1934 looking all good in her new paint as well.
1919 making a turn Downtown. This bus is based out of harmar garage.
Port Authority really likes to paint! Here's 1918 in a flashy new color!
Here is 1909 up in Oakland coming off the 33X or maybe the 28X? I love the powder blue on this one...
Here is 1909 in the paint booth, getting a shiney new coat to the aforementioned powder blue.
Here's 1901 Turning off the East Busway. The Amtrak station is in the background.
1907 on Liberty Ave, Downtown.
1905 up in Oakland, with different paint than it came with.
A driver waits patiently for the light to turn, the bus is 1907...This one seems to have missed the paint gun.
1918 in red...on Liberty Ave.
1922 turning from Grant onto the East Busway.
1910 coming off the Fort Pitt Bridge, onto Liberty Ave.
1910 on the new G1. Shot on Smithfield St.
Harmar unit 1918 on Rt AV.
1934 on Smithfield St.
1936 on Liberty Ave.
Metroliner making turn in town.
1928 on the P12, Holiday Park Flyer, on Liberty Ave.
1909 on Wood Street.
1915 on the P10 route.
Harmar unit 1529 with a few parts missing...
1919 running the Oakmont Express.
1901 on the G1...used to be the old 100.
1902 on the G1.
1908 rolling through downtown.
1940 rolling downtown...
19XX on the backend of a wrecker.
1922 on the HP Flyer.
1901 on the 100.
1920 on the Rt. 12 Holiday Park.