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Report offers Congress cost-effective transit solutions

Bus| May 16, 2011
Outlines seven tools that would significantly improve the nation’s transportation system by reducing future congestion, planning for the future, better utilizing existing capacity and increasing the safety of roads and bridges.

Minnesota Valley posts highest Q1 ridership ever

Bus| April 19, 2011
Express ridership to downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul both grew during the first quarter, indicating a recovery of jobs in the core cities.
Bus| April 12, 2011

Cleveland RTA honored for ‘HealthLine’ BRT

Acknowledged by the American Council of Engineering Companies with its National Recognition Award, presented in Washington, D.C.
Bus| April 11, 2011

FTA awards Conn. bus rapid transit project $6.3M

The Connecticut DOT proposes to construct the New Britain-Hartford Busway, an exclusive-guideway BRT system along a 9.4-mile corridor between downtown New Britain and downtown Hartford.
Bus| April 11, 2011

Vancouver’s TransLink continues rapid transit planning to U. of B.C.

Earlier this month, the transportation authority released seven potential designs for expanded transit to the university, using three different technologies: Bus rapid transit, light rail transit and rail rapid transit.
Bus| March 30, 2011

Gannett Fleming wins Calif. contract

LAVTA recently completed construction of bus stop improvements at 49 locations, which include distinctive shelters, real-time bus arrival information signs, lighting, benches, trash and recycling receptacles, bike racks, route signage and wayfinding signs.
Bus| March 29, 2011

BRT Survey: Land Use is Top Hurdle for Projects

Funding did run a close second, at 23 percent. Several survey respondents cited difficulties of complying with regulations across multiple municipalities and jurisdictions, including traffic signal priority agreements.
Bus| March 2, 2011

Budget cuts may slash Seattle BRT plans

Congressional budget cuts could take away $68 million in federal grants from King County Metro Transit, which could impact five of its six bus rapid transit lines.
Bus| February 28, 2011

L.A. Metro to purchase Union Station

Currently, the station is home to Amtrak, Metrolink, Metro Red and Purple Lines, Metro Gold Line, L.A. FlyAway, and numerous Metro and municipal bus lines serving Los Angeles County and beyond. The station is also home to several new retail businesses.
Bus| February 28, 2011

FTA chief tours proposed Texas BRT project

The $27.1 million line would extend 8.6 miles northwest along Mesa Street from the current Downtown Transit Terminal near the Paso del Norte International Bridge, ending at the new Westside Transit Terminal.

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