San Francisco Bus Rapid Transit Performing Well, One Month In
After a month of service, the Van Ness BRT line has cut travel times by roughly nine minutes and spurred increased ridership.
Houston Plans for More Bus Rapid Transit
The city's transit agency hopes a more comprehensive and connected rapid transit network will encourage more Houstonians to use buses.
Beleaguered San Francisco Bus Project To Open April 1
San Francisco's much-delayed Van Ness BRT line, expected to speed up travel along the 'grandest boulevard,' has finally received an opening date.
New Bus Rapid Transit Line Expected To Revitalize Indianapolis Neighborhoods
In addition to connecting residents to jobs and medical facilities, city leaders hope the BRT line will boost economic development along the route.
Central Florida Wins $300,000 Transit-Oriented Development Grant
A federal grant designed to address climate change and environmental justice will help fund nine new bus rapid transit stations in Central Florida.
Op-Ed: Invest More in Chicago's Buses
In addition to funding the city's roadways and trains, Chicago could use new federal infrastructure dollars to shore up its bus system and invest in bus rapid transit that would improve service for riders.
San Francisco's First BRT Line Closer to Opening
The Van Ness Avenue Bus Rapid Transit project will bring the first dedicated BRT corridor to San Francisco, nearly two decades after voters approved the project.
State Bill Could Kill Indy BRT Line
A law proposed in the Indiana state legislature would ban dedicated bus lanes and force IndyGo to cancel a planned bus rapid transit line to the city's airport.
Doubling Down on Bus Rapid Transit in Northern Virginia
Arlington County plans an expansion of the D.C. region's first Bus Rapid Transit line.
Downtown Atlanta Association Calls for Changes to Proposed BRT Line
The group expressed concerns with changes made to a key segment, which leaves riders with fewer connections to existing transit and does not position the line for future growth.
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