This mylar jumbo front rollsign set was off one of GO Transit's 1991 New Flyer D40-91 suburban buses. The destination
sign (left) is dated July 10, 1991, making it the first destination sign to occupy this type of vehicle. It has 62 exposures.
The route "via" sign (right) is dated July 2, 1991, also making it the first "via" sign to occupy its vehicle. It has 35 exposures.
Their respective sign tags are shown below.
This set of mylar rollsigns were off one of their 1977 GMC T8H-5307A New Looks.
These "yellow print" signs are what replaced the colour signs. Both signs were received
in "uncirculated" condition, having never been installed in a bus. The destination sign
has 68 exposures, while the "via" sign has 51 exposures. Both signs are dated October
22, 1998. Their use in service was short lived, as the GMC buses they were designed for
were retired from service in April of 2000.  Both of their sign tags are shown, below.
This "miniature" mylar sign was produced by
Multiscreen as a representation of their
product at a Canadian Urban Transit
Association Expo. It wasn't made to be
installed in  a bus, although it is the same
width as the GO Transit's "via" signs in their
GMC New Looks. It is dated October 22,
1998 and has four exposures.

Its sign tag reads as follows:
GO Transit 1990 NewFlyer D40-90 suburban #1904 is seen in service
at the Newmarket Bus Terminal, February 3, 1999. The bus is featuring
a similar rollsign set as the first yellow print sign set on this page.
GO TRANSIT CONTRACT #PT-98-BE-059
GMC T8H-5307A
""MATERIAL SPECIFICATION #98-B107"
ROUTE #1 CURTAIN
GO TRANSIT PART #04100140
READING LIST DATE: OCT. 22, 1998

MULTISCREEN INTERATIONAL INC.
REF. 1090

MADE IN CANADA
GO TRANSIT PURCHASE ORDER NO. 981218
DESTINATION #1 CURTAIN
GMC T8H-5037A
GO TRANSIT PART #04100120
"MATERIAL SPECIFICATION #98-B017"
READING LIST DATE: OCT. 22, 1998
MULTISCREEN INTERATIONAL INC.
REF. #11325A
MADE IN CANADA
GO TRANSIT PURCHASE ORDER NO. 981218
ROUTE #1 CURTAIN
GMC T8H-5037A
GO TRANSIT PART #04100140
"MATERIAL SPECIFICATION #98-B017"
READING LIST DATE: OCT. 22, 1998
MULTISCREEN INTERATIONAL INC.
REF. #11325B
MADE IN CANADA
Rollsigns from GO Transit, ON
P A G E   2   o f   2   (The Black and Yellow Era)
NEW FLYER GO TRANSIT
P.O.32280
D3379-MB CURB FRONT 021237
7/10/91 TRANSIGN
NEW FLYER GO TRANSIT
P.O.NO.32280
D3379-MA STREET FRONT 021236
7/2/91 TRANSIGN
to go to the GO Transit
electronic sign list page.
Unlike the other GO Transit sign sets, this special one
piece sign was designed specifically for GO Transit's
second hand MCI 102A3 and 102C3 buses that
originally ran for Woodlands Express in California and
Antelope Bus Lines in California, respectfully. These
second hand coaches did not have the split destination
sign fixture like the rest of the fleet.
This sign is dated November 10, 1998. It has 55
exposures, 13 fewer than the front signs for original GO
Transit buses. Some of the short turn destinations and
most of the destinations that applied to the local routes
"Yonge C" and "Bayview" were left off this rollsign.
Its sign tag and a photo of one of the buses that used
these special rollsigns is shown below.
GO TRANSIT PURCHASE ORDER NO. 981218
SINGLE #1 CURTAIN
MCI - 102A3; MCI - 102C3
GO TRANSIT PART #04100400
"MATERIAL SPECIFICATION #98-B017"
READING LIST DATE: NOV. 10, 1998
MULTISCREEN INTERATIONAL INC.
REF. #11325G
MADE IN CANADA
GO Transit 1990 built MCI (TMC) 102A3 #1500, ex Woodlands Express
from California #W0779, and showing a rollsign from the same special
order a the one above, is seen eastbound on Simcoe St. at Mary St.
far side in Barrie, Ontario on August 9, 1999.