Editorial: Why Houston’s University Line BRT Is a ‘Crucial’ Project
The Houston Chronicle editorial board comes out in support of a proposed 25-mile bus rapid transit line, arguing it would provide essential service to transit-dependent residents.
Major Redesign Planned for Denver-Area Bus System
The Regional Transportation District will make significant changes to bus frequency and routes in an effort to make transit accessible to more Colorado residents.
Tampa Bay Bus Rapid Transit To Launch in October
Tampa Bay’s first bus rapid transit line, the SunRunner, has an official opening date.
Oklahoma City Begins Work on its First Bus Rapid Transit System
The BRT line has been in the works since 2005, when the city created a plan to focus on regional transit solutions.
Milwaukee County Transit Faces Budget Shortfall
The agency is pressing ahead with the redesign of its bus system, which has led to a 15 percent increase in ridership since its launch, but ridership remains well below pre-pandemic levels.
Atlanta Transit Agency Issues $1.3 Billion Budget
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority says it is ‘well-positioned’ to resume pre-pandemic operations and make capital improvements in the coming years.
The Success Story of Alexandria’s Free Buses
Thanks to state and regional funding, the city eliminated fares while making service improvements.
New York City’s Buses Are Speeding Up
New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority is renewing efforts to create more bus lanes and dedicated busways in the city.
Tampa Bay Commits to Electric Regional Rapid Transit
The transit agency’s board voted to use all-electric buses in its planned bus rapid transit fleet, but criticism of plans to expand a freeway to accommodate the new route remain.
Atlanta Introduces Electric Buses
In a nod to Earth Day, MARTA added three electric buses to its transit fleet this week, with plans to expand the electric fleet to 12 buses.
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