Topic : traffic signal priority

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NY MTA buses lost 100 million passenger trips since 2008, report says

Management & Operations| November 28, 2017

The average New York City Transit bus travels 7.4 miles per hour along its local, SBS, and express routes — slowest among the seventeen largest bus companies in the nation, according to a city comptroller report.

Florida's HART debuts bus rapid transit system

Bus| May 28, 2013
Just a few years ago county voters overwhelmingly rejected a ballot proposal to raise the sales tax by a penny on the dollar to pay for light rail, expanded bus service and road work.
Bus| September 25, 2012

NYCT launching signal priority pilot

System will hold traffic signals green, allowing bus customers to shave time off of their commutes and improving bus on-time performance.
Bus| September 7, 2011

Monterey, Calif., partners with music festival to launch BRT

The 6.75-mile “JAZZ” service will introduce new technologies that include queue jump lanes, transit signal priority, and increased stop spacing to streamline bus traffic along the corridor and reduce travel times by up to 25 percent.

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