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April 24, 2014

Calif. agency set for BRT line launch

Omnitrans' sbX system serves major activity centers, including two hospitals, two universities, numerous trade schools, city and county government centers, and employment centers, along with major shopping, hospitality and entertainment venues.


July 8, 2013

BRT system that will link Calif. universities making progress

The BRT system's buses, which burn natural gas, will reduce air pollution and vehicle congestion while providing the public efficient transportation to and from CSUSB and Loma Linda University.


February 11, 2011

Businesses oppose Southern Calif. BRT plan

Some merchants claim that the new buses and U-turns will cause traffic congestion and bus riders don’t spend much money or time at restaurants or shops.


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