Dedicated Lanes

March 23, 2015, 12pm PDT
A planned streetcar line in Seattle will have its own dedicated lane, but perhaps even more interesting is that the existing South Lake Union Streetcar could also get a lane dedicated to transit. Is Seattle's leadership a way forward for streetcars?
the transport politic
February 4, 2011, 9am PST
Bus rapid transit is growing in popularity throughout the world, though implementation is lacking in the U.S.
THE DIRT
January 5, 2011, 12pm PST
New dedicated lanes and limited-stop buses have entered the transportation picture in New York City.
The New York Times
November 23, 2010, 7am PST
The city of New York is hoping a new set of cameras will help to catch car drivers using bus-only lanes.
The New York Times
November 3, 2009, 6am PST
Residents in Vancouver are reportedly in favor of keeping a dedicated lane for pedestrians and cyclists on a local bridge. Even some motorists are in support.
The Vancouver Sun
July 12, 2008, 9am PDT
<p>Business owners fear dedicated transit lane would discourage shopping along Telegraph Avenue, while proponents look to BRT as a cheap way to clear up traffic.</p>
The San Francisco Chronicle
May 28, 2008, 5am PDT
<p>New York City is trying to make life for bike commuters a little less treacherous by building dedicated bike lanes throughout the city.</p>
The Washington Post
May 24, 2008, 5am PDT
<p>Delhi has unveiled a new bus rapid transit system, with dedicated bus lanes. The only problem is that the bus stops and dedicated lanes are located in the middle of hectic and busy streets that are dangerous to cross.</p>
The Wall Street Journal
April 20, 2008, 7am PDT
<p>The New York City Department of Transportation and the Metropolitan Transit Authority unveiled the city's current Bus Rapid Transit program earlier this week, including a project that would "redefine the public realm" on Manhattan's 34th Street.</p>
Streetsblog
March 21, 2008, 5am PDT
<p>San Diego's downtown trolley service is becoming too popular, causing officials to propose equipment upgrades to handle the rising crowds. But the bigger trolleys will take out some car lanes and affect traffic lights, and many are unhappy about it.</p>
San Diego City Beat