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Community Transit set to launch BRT service

Bus| November 25, 2009
Staff will be at each Swift station throughout the first few days of service to answer questions. Getting riders used to paying fares at the station, not onboard the bus, is expected to be the biggest challenge.

Community Transit to launch hybrid BRT service

Bus| November 10, 2009
Because Everett Transit only serves residents to the city line, the new BRT line will bridge transit service across Everett and south Snohomish County, eliminating an intersection where riders literally have to get off one bus, cross the street and get on another bus.
Bus| October 21, 2009

NABI delivers artics to Big Blue

The new NABI articulated models include interior features for maximum comfort and convenience for all passengers, including seniors and those with disabilities. Each bus has 53 seats instead of the usual 40, and runs on clean compressed natural gas, which is 77 percent cleaner burning than diesel fuel.
Bus| May 27, 2009

METRO Briefs

Transit suffers ad revenue loss. Valley Metro having trouble recouping fares. Minneapolis commuters unsure of BRT.
Bus| May 13, 2009

METRO Briefs

Report: Driver caused Calif. coach crash. Amtrak:High-speed rail unrealistic. Report: BRT cheaper than rail to Oakland airport.
Bus| May 8, 2009

Community Transit unveils first Swift BRT station

Stations will be equipped with two ticket vending machines and two ORCA smart card readers. Passengers will pay their fares at the stations rather than on board so the buses can depart quickly.
Bus| May 6, 2009

METRO Briefs

Texas senate gives go-ahead for HSR Corp. Utah officials want BRT route change. Transit group takes campaign online.
Bus| May 5, 2009

MBTA to receive stimulus funds for BRT

The $114 million, two-stage project will provide a direct Silver Line connection from Dudley Station to South Station in Boston this fall, and replace an existing heavily-used bus route with faster, more reliable service.
Bus| April 24, 2009

Construction begins for Minn.’s first BRT

BRT Brief
Bus| April 15, 2009

Nashville MTA articulated hybrid buses enter service

Three of the six new buses entered service on route 26 Gallatin Road, which will become Nashville’s first BRT when other hybrid buses arrive and infrastructure improvements are made along the corridor, such as traffic signal light extenders and new bus shelters.

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