Bus Rapid Transit

San Diego's bus rapid transit line, open for nine months, hasn't improved transit service along El Cajon Boulevard. Critics blame cuts to the original plan.
2 days ago   Voice of San Diego
Bus rapid transit is growing in popularity throughout the world, though implementation is lacking in the U.S.
Feb 4, 2011   THE DIRT
New dedicated lanes and limited-stop buses have entered the transportation picture in New York City.
Jan 5, 2011   The New York Times
Garrett Bradford of TheCityFix reviews some of the most innovative and sustainable transit systems from around the globe that made their debut over the last twelve months.
Dec 29, 2010   TheCityFix
Bogota's integrated mass transit system has been operation for a decade and continues to grow, but faces challenges for the coming years, from the constant growth in ridership to irregularities in construction contracts.
Dec 23, 2010   TheCityFix
The Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority finally approved the construction of 7.7 miles of bus lanes along Wilshire Boulevard, with the exception of a one mile stretch in Westwood known as 'Condo Canyon.'
Dec 10, 2010   The Los Angeles Times
Virtually every modern economy is mixed: governments produce some goods and services and private companies produce others. Blog Post
Nov 15, 2010   By Todd Litman
After a year of outreach and research, Indy Connect has published its report yesterday outlining recommendations for the next 25 years of public transit expenditure. They call for $2.4 billion on transit and $8.4 on road expansion and maintenance.
Nov 13, 2010   the transport politic
Two bus rapid transit projects in Austin that have been delayed for years due to lack of funding have been revived.
Nov 12, 2010   The Austin-American Statesman
The new system is designed to reduce travel time along a heavily congested north-south route on the city's East Side. However, unfamiliar ticketing protocols led to passenger confusion on the first day of operation.
Oct 12, 2010   The New York Times
The London bus network carries over twice the number of people as the underground network. "But with Britain's new coalition government preparing comprehensive budget cuts, the future of London's transport network is uncertain."
Jul 29, 2010   The Global Urbanist