|Pre-MCTS (ex Transport Co. fleet)|
|1320-1483||GMC||TDH-5105||1953-1957 & 1959||1980|
|1751-1760||GMC||TDH-5301||1960||1985||Originally operated by Triboro Coach|
|1761-1770||GMC||TDH-5302||1960||1985||Originally operated by Triboro Coach; 1761 and 1762 were used as sightseeing buses and can be distinguished by their scenic windows.|
|1901-1960||GMC||TDH-5303||1966||2001||Refurbished in 1982-1987 and repainted into MCTS' white with green stripe|
|2001-2030||GMC||TDH-5303||1967||2001||Refurbished in 1982-1987 and repainted into MCTS colors; 2001 was converted into a special bus that was used for handicapped and elderly use|
|Post-MCTS (1975 to present)|
|3000-3099||Flxible||53102-8-1||1978||1991||First order to feature handicapped seating and lifts and first with air conditioning; introduced MCTS' new color scheme.|
|3100-3249||GMC||RTS-II||1980||2000||First group to display route numbers on right end rear windows. Refurbished in 1987-1990 to add new vertically opening windows and new air conditioning units.|
|3300-3325||Neoplan||N416||1982||1996||40-ft. Ordered with wheelchair lifts which were removed before entering service. Only 76 of this model built and only MCTS and Atlanta (MARTA) had them plus one demo.|
|3326-3343||Neoplan||N416||1982||1991||35-ft. Only 18 built and for MCTS|
|3400–3439||Crown-Ikarus||286||1984||2000||60-foot articulated buses|
|3500-3571||Neoplan||AN440||1985-1986||2002||Second generation; non-wheelchair|
|3600-3656||Neoplan||AN440||1987||2002||Third generation: longer wheelbase moved rear axle further away from exit door; non-wheelchair.|
|3700-3816||Orion||05.501||1990-1991||2004||3700-3801 was the last order without wheelchair lifts; 3802-3816 were assigned to the Metrolink route and were identified by an orange stripe adjacent to MCTS's green; wheelchair lifts; last buses to display route destination numbers on right side rear windows.|
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