Topic : BRT

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COTA experiences largest ridership increase in 3 years

Management & Operations| February 6, 2019

The 3% increase in ridership occurred despite 2018 being the wettest year on record for Columbus.

Virginia BRT System to Support Future Growth

Bus| January 3, 2019

Fairfax County’s Route 1 project will tie the region together,
providing vital ties to job centers and WMATA’s rail system, as well as spur density growth through the implementation of TOD projects.

Bus| December 18, 2018

OKC lands $14M federal grant for rapid transit line

The eight-mile line will connect downtown Oklahoma City with regional medical and commercial centers on the city’s northwest side.

Bus| December 5, 2018

New Flyer to provide 10 60-foot buses for ABQ Ride

The city issued a recommendation of award for 60-foot, articulated, five-door clean diesel buses to New Flyer under a 2016 solicitation.

Management & Operations| November 30, 2018

Transit Authority of River City Executive Director Barker retires

"I’m now looking forward to staying engaged in volunteer organizations, traveling and enjoying family and friends more.”

Government Issues| November 28, 2018

FTA allocates $281M for transit projects in 5 cities

Projects include the Tempe Streetcar project in Arizona; and the Los Angeles Westside Purple Line Section 3 project.

Mobility| November 26, 2018

JTA readies launch of enhanced transportation inititatives

New services include a bus rapid transit line, park-n-ride, and an on-demand shuttle.

Technology| November 18, 2018

Zero emissions, transit reliability may come to fore in 2019

We as an industry need to be clear-eyed about how new battery buses are, the challenges they face and the alternatives available to ensure the reliability that BRT demands.

Bus| November 16, 2018

New Flyer 60-foot electric bus passes Altoona testing

U.S. transit agencies can now use FTA funding in support of their purchases of the company's 60-foot electric bus rapid transit buses.

Bus| November 5, 2018

Montgomery County, Md. breaks ground on BRT corridor

Starting in 2020, the 14-mile, 11-station BRT will run between Burtonsville and downtown Silver Spring

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