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The 30- and 40-ft diesel/hybrid buses are numbered in the 8000 series, the 60-ft articulated diesel/hybrid buses in the 6000 series, the 40-ft trolleybuses in the 5000 series, the 60-ft articulated trolleybuses in the 7000 series, and the streetcars in the 1000 series. 8040 is in the NX paint scheme, but was never actually used on that route.71 were the only units in the SEPTA paint scheme. They were used on the 31-Balboa from 1994 until around 2004 because they were the only trolleybuses with wheelchair lifts. 9022 was painted in the red-gray paint scheme in 2004.

Muni is in the process of replacing its motor coach fleet - the first of which was procured in 1915Kirkland: 1AX (Some), 1BX (Some), 10, 12, 19, 28, 28R, 30X (Only a few), 31AX, 31BX, 38AX, 38BX, 43, 47, 76X, Cable Car Shuttle (Sometimes), F (Sometimes) Woods: 2, 5 (Weekdays 7AM-7PM; Sometimes), 6 (Some), 7 (Sometimes), 9 (Sometimes), 9R (Sometimes), 18 (Only a few), 23 (Only a few), 25 (Some), 27 (Sometimes), 29 (Sometimes), 44 (Only a few), 48 (Sometimes), 54 (Sometimes), 57 (Sometimes), 81X, 82X, 90, 91 (All Woods Division routes use these buses as reserve fleets)8102, 8104-8105, 8107, 8114-8115, 8117, 8119-8120, 8125, 8127, 8135-8136, 8138, 8144-8146, 8149, 8152-8153, 8156-8158, 8163, 8171-8172, 8175, 8178, 8181, 8184, 8189, 8192, 8195, 8199, 8202-8203, 8205-8206, 8210-8213, 8217-8218, 8221-8222, 8225-8227, 8231 (2000); 8302-8304, 8306-8308, 8311, 8313, 8315-8316, 8320, 8322, 8325-8326, 8329-8330, 8334, 8338, 8342, 8345, 8347-8349, 8352-8353, 8356, 8361, 8368-8369, 8371 (2002) 1AX (Some), 1BX (Some), 2 (Sometimes), 5 (Weekdays 7AM-7PM; Sometimes), 6 (Some), 7, 7R, 7X, 9, 9R, 18, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31AX, 31BX, 44 (Few), 48 (Few), 54, 57 (Sometimes), 67 (Sometimes), 81X, 82X, 90, 91, F (Sometimes)Woods: 2 (Some), 5 (Weekdays 7am-7pm), 6 (Temporarily), 7, 7R, 7X, 9, 9R, 18, 23, 25, 27, 28 (Some), 28R (Some), 29, 44, 48 (Some), 52 (Sometimes), 54, 55, 57 (Mostly), 66 (Sometimes), 67 (Sometimes), 81X, 82X, 88, 90, 91, F (Sometimes), L Owl, N Owl, NX Kirkland: 1AX (Some), 1BX (Some), 10 (Sometimes), 12 (Some), 19 (Sometimes), 28, 28R, 30X (Only a few), 31AX, 31BX, 38AX, 38BX, 43 (Some), 47 (Some), 76X, Cable Car Shuttle (Sometimes), F (Sometimes)8101, 8104, 8106, 8109-8110, 8113, 8115-8116, 8118, 8120-8121, 8123, 8129-8130, 8140, 8142, 8147-8148, 8155, 8160, 8169, 8178, 8185, 8188, 8193, 8201-8202, 8223, 8226, 8229, 8233, 8301, 8310, 8318, 8320-8321, 8323, 8334, 8336-8337, 8338, 8340, 8355, 8357-8358, 8369-8370First diesel bus to feature flooring dating around 2000. They have the clearance lights sticking out at the top front, and a red line on the top back. 7103-7133 are the first trolleybuses with the red-gray paint scheme.1993 (7000), 2000 (7036), 2001 (7048), 2002 (7002), 2003 (7039), 2007-2010 (7004, 7006, 7008, 7014, 7016, 7023-7026, 7029, 7034, 7037, 7042, 7047, 7050), 2010 (7027), 2013 (7005, 7007, 7015, 7018, 7021, 7028, 7033, 7044, 7046, 7052), 2015 (7001, 7003, 7009-7013, 7017, 7019, 7020, 7022, 7030, 7032, 7035, 7038, 7041, 7043, 7045, 7049, 7051, 7053-7059)First one was built in 1992 as a pilot bus. Last remaining diesel bus fleet with roll-up signs. ETI 14Tr SF Skodas #5401-5489 and New Flyer XT60 #7201-7260 are from the Potrero Division, while ETI 14Tr SF #5490-5640 are from the Presidio Division; the latter holds only 40-ft ETI Skoda trolleybuses.

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