The proposed changes to plans for a bus rapid transit route on Colorado Boulevard are an attempt to compromise between competing community concerns.
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After seeing impressive ridership growth, Richmond's transit agency wants to expand bus rapid transit to more destinations in the region.
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The first-ever Bus Rapid Transit system for the region surrounding Atlanta is making progress, and ready to hire consultants.
An expansion of Interstate 405 in the Seattle region will include bus rapid transit stations that will allow vehicles to travel even faster along the new transit corridor.
The Lee Highway is expected to face new strains, and new life, with the arrival of Amazon, so planners are planning a transformation, starting with a new bus lane.
Data from the Boston area shows that dedicated bus lanes are helping to get buses moving.
Los Angeles transit planners wants to connect two of its rail lines with a bus rapid transit line. The idea has critics.
The new Red Line bus rapid transit will include level boarding, pre-pay bus fare service at some stops, quiet electric buses, and USB chargers.
In the '90s, Keanu Reeves was hurtling down the roads and freeways of L.A. in a bus; 25 years later, city officials ponder ways to bring the city’s average bus speed above 10 mph.
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City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly intends to debut a plan to install several miles of bus-only lanes in the city.
Two projects on the table in Glendale, California, a BRT line and a streetcar, would increase mobility options in the city.
Anyone hoping for rail transit down one of Los Angeles' busiest transit corridors will have to wait awhile.
The bus lanes can be installed quickly, requiring minimal time and resources and offering a good return on investment, says a new report.
Richmond, Virginia has achieved a big ridership bump, without a big investment.
The MAX Purple Line has begun service on 17 Avenue SE.
Roads and Bridges
Wisconsin’s growing capital is hoping to add bus only transit to accommodate its new residents.
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Milwaukee intends to move forward with bus lanes and electric buses. Officials hope a nine-mile route will start service in 2020.
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The St. Petersburg Bus Rapid Transit is waiting for funding promised by Congress but yet to be paid out by the Federal Transit Administration.
Tampa Bay Times
Tacoma is growing, so the city is expanding light rail and introducing bus rapid transit.
Pulse BRT, the second BRT system in the state of Virginia, runs down Broad Street and offers a mix of best practices and practicality to push the mode beyond what many cities are able to realize.
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