A look at two unique and interesting BRT projects; Lane Transit District's EmX line and RTC Washoe County's RAPID.
Dynamic scheduling, sophisticated pricing, reserved seating and even frequent traveler programs are giving the sector a makeover, with heightened competition bringing added turbulence to a once sleepy mode of travel.
One topic I have heard discussed in some circles is regarding the amount of training to administer to new-hire candidates that bring some past driving experience with transport vehicles (paratransit, shuttle, etc.).
As representatives of their communities, universities share an important responsibility in providing multimodal forms of transportation that are both safe and sustainable.
BRT has become commonplace now in the U.S., with cities large and small either planning or having already implemented BRT.
Supplier developments include electric solutions and brushless or improved brush motors, to meet the demands of the transportation industry.
The family-owned business also prides itself in training and retaining safe, reliable drivers, while also using positions in associations to benefit the entire industry.
Communications networks that railway operators have depended on for decades are quickly becoming obsolete and increasingily difficult to maintain and/or replace.