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UTA Works to Overcome 'Toughest Mile' Challenges

Management & Operations| February 28, 2017

Outside of increasing the number of riders on the system, improving first/last mile solutions can improve connectivity and safety for transit users.

Disbanding of local coalition could impact Minn. Metro Transit funding

Management & Operations| January 25, 2017

The move would allow members of the Counties Transit Improvement Board to levy more local taxes for transit, allow each the flexibility to jump-start projects, and depend less on the State Legislature for funding.

Bus| December 29, 2016

San Francisco, Reno, Nev. BRT projects land federal grants

The CIG Program is the nation’s primary grant program for funding major transit capital investments. Projects accepted into the program must go through a multi-year, multi-step process.

Bus| December 22, 2016

Utah Transit Authority's Provo-Orem BRT line gets $75M fed infusion

From the north, the line will originate at the Orem Transit Center and run to downtown Provo, with stops at Utah Valley University, Brigham Young University, and the Provo Central Station.

Bus| December 6, 2016

Fla.'s JTA launches First Coast Flyer Blue Line BRT service

The 11.1 mile Blue Line on the Southeast Corridor features direct, high-frequency service; seven branded stations; transit signal priority at 18 intersections; and off-board fare collection.

Accessibility| November 23, 2016

Tulsa Transit Speeds Up with BRT, New Securement System

Recent approval of a sales tax plan provides the agency with its first-ever dedicated funding and a chance to jump-start multiple projects.

Management & Operations| November 15, 2016

Union calls for change to MTA's Baltimore bus plan

"The People's Alternative to BaltimoreLink" would cost $287 million and includes a BRT system along 14 miles of streets and additional stops along busy routes.

Government Issues| November 10, 2016

Ballot measure defeat sends Mich. RTA officials back to drawing board

The 20-year, 1.2-mill property tax would have raised $4.6 billion for mass transit in Macomb, Wayne, Washtenaw, and Oakland counties.

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

LA Metro to add 5 electric artics, eight charging stations for BRT route

The Orange Line will be the highest ridership transit service ever tested for all-electric operation. The project is expected to demonstrate the durability and reliability of lithium-ion battery technology for high ridership transit lines.

Sustainability| November 4, 2016

Tramways have significantly lower CO2 emissions than BRT, study says

The study concluded that over a 30-year lifetime, a tramway system emits about 50 percent of the CO2 as a BRT system operated with diesel buses, and about 30 percent less CO2 than a BRT system operated with hybrid buses.

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