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Controls of a PCC car

Controls on a modernized San Francisco Muni PCC Car #1050.
Ah, the home of a Motorman....

Don't show this to Josh!
The car was rebuilt by Morrison Knutzen in 1993. The car is an ex- SEPTA car.
Does Muni still have pedals in their PCCs? Or did they change to hand held throttle grips now. I remember at one time All of Muni's PCC Fleet had Gas Pedals like in a Car to operator the Trolley Cars. Anyways. Are the Muni PCC. Still using the Pedals ? Thanks
Yes - they still use the gas-style pedals.
Thanks EPTC100. Its funny. That Muni is the only Agency. That I know. That uses Gas Pedal for their Street Cars.

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