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The Casey Stengel Depot, formerly the Flushing Depot, is a Queens Division depot located on the south side of Roosevelt Avenue in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, west of 126th Street and east of the New York City Subway's Corona Yard. The depot is named after Casey Stengel, former manager of the New York Yankees and New York Mets, and is across the street from Citi Field, where the Mets play. The original Flushing Depot was inherited from the defunct North Shore Bus Company in 1947. The depot was rebuilt by the city in the late 1940s, re-opening in 1950. This depot was rebuilt again in the 1990s, opening on August 16, 1992. At this time, it was renamed the Casey Stengel Depot.

Fleet operation history:[]

Standard[]

RTS (1980's-1998)

Orion V (1993-2016)

Orion VII Gen II+ (2007-2016)

Orion VII NG. Hybrid (2009-Present)

2015 New Flyer XD40 (2015-present)

2018 New Flyer XD40 (2018-2019)

2022 NovaBus LFS (2022-present)

Express RTS (1980's-1998)

Express Orion V (1998-2006)

D45S Viking (1999-2010)

Articulated[]

2010 Nova Bus LFSA (2010-2012)

2011 Nova Bus LFSA (2012-2017)

2012 XD60 (2019-present)

2016-17 XD60 (2016-present)

2019 XD60 (2018-2019; pilot)

2019 XDE60 (2018-2019; pilot)

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