Topic : BRT

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COTA board adopts budget, which includes enhanced mobility options

Management & Operations| December 19, 2019

The approximately $170 million budget includes an 8.9% increase in operational expenses over the amount reflected in the 2019 adjusted budget.

Biz News: New Flyer, Lightning Systems deliver enviro-friendly vehicles

Bus| December 18, 2019

Canada's Brampton Transit will add diesel-hybrid electrics, while a Floridian microtransit provider will add wheelchair-accessible cutaways.

Bus| December 12, 2019

Biz News: New Flyer, BAE Systems

The City of Albuquerque and SFMTA are adding clean diesel and battery-electric buses, respectively.

Rail| November 8, 2019

Joint venture celebrates Stage 1 of Ottawa's Confederation Line

A team including STV and AECOM played a critical part in the design and construction of the line.

Management & Operations| November 4, 2019

L.A. Metro completes Blue Line improvements, rebrands as A Line

The agency's board approved a new line naming convention citing the need for more consistency as the system grows.

Bus| November 1, 2019

New York City Transit expands bus lane enforcement program

ABLE forward-facing cameras captures evidence of vehicles obstructing bus lanes to document bus lane violations.

Bus| October 23, 2019

RideKC announces start date for new BRT route

The new route will inject $56 million worth of street and sidewalk upgrades, transit stop infrastructure, and advanced technology along a 10-mile corridor.

October 21, 2019

Cities look to where the future lies with bus rapid transit

BRT represents a significant enhancement from traditional bus service, and capital costs can be as little as $10 million per mile.

Bus| October 18, 2019

N.Y. 'bus rapid transit' route enhancements boost ridership by 37%

The routes, which are augmented by new transit priority lanes, have attracted new ridership and improved service and reliability.

Management & Operations| October 15, 2019

Passenger rail, bus service boosts real estate values, report finds

The report explored seven metropolitan regions, including Boston, Los Angeles, and Seattle, that provide access to heavy rail, light rail, commuter rail, and BRT.

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