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Nashville BRT reroute would end project, MTA chief says

Bus| August 6, 2013
Diverting from the current 7.1-mile route would reduce efficiency and increase travel times, according to the agency's CEO Paul Ballard.

Poll: Most Tenn. city voters back BRT

Bus| July 25, 2013
A survey of 500 registered voters shows 77% of respondents support the project, compared with 13% who oppose it. The survey was funded with a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, which is trying to increase support for BRT in Nashville and three other cities.
Bus| July 19, 2013

New Flyer to supply D.C. Metro with 654 NABI buses

The contract contains a firm order for 85 BRT-styled diesel-electric hybrid 42-foot buses and options of up to 498 42-foot BRT-styled diesel-electric hybrid or CNG buses, and up to 71 (142 EUs) 60-foot diesel-electric hybrid buses over a five-year contract period.
Management & Operations| July 9, 2013

Parsons Brinckerhoff awarded Saudi Arabian contract

Has an expected duration of 60 months and a fee of approximately $93.6 million.
University| 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.
Bus| June 11, 2013

RIPTA to introduce BRT, bus tracking

The R-Line is RIPTA’s first Rapid Bus Route scheduled to begin service in January of 2014.
Bus| May 30, 2013

Nashville Mayor commits $7.5M for BRT system

Known as The Amp, the BRT project, one of Karl Dean’s most high-profile initiatives, is designed to help ease traffic congestion and provide better mass transit as the region adds a million new residents over the next two decades
Bus| May 30, 2013

The Amp: Nashville's bus rapid transit system

Animation of Nashville's proposed bus rapid transit system that will run from West to East Nashville along the West End Avenue/Broadway corridor.

Bus| May 28, 2013

Florida's HART debuts bus rapid transit system

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| May 3, 2013

N.Y.’s CDTA ridership hits highest level since 1980s

Nearly 15.7 million boardings were recorded, a 5% increase from last year, which was reinforced by 26 consecutive months of month-to-month ridership increases. Revenue from customers was 6% higher this year as compared to last year. Growth took off with the introduction of the agency’s new BRT system.

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