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Chicago unveils proposed BRT lane configurations

Bus| February 21, 2013
Plans for the Central Loop East-West Transit Corridor include designated bus-priority lanes on two miles of streets The Loop BRT corridor will serve Union Station, Ogilvie Transportation Center, CTA subways and Navy Pier with more than 1,700 buses per day, making it one of the busiest bus routes in the nation. Expected to start service in 2014.

NJ Transit plans study for BRT project

Bus| February 12, 2013
Planning to spend about $800,000 for an environmental study of a route between South Jersey and Philadelphia. The agency will pay for the study with money from a $2.6 million federal grant received last year to advance a proposed BRT system.
Bus| February 5, 2013

Chicago awarded $1M in BRT funds from Rockefeller Foundation

Will support the Chicago DOT and Chicago Transit Authority’s research, technical support, project management and community engagement.
Bus| January 31, 2013

Neb. considers light rail, bus rapid transit

Omaha transit officials hope to spur growth in the eastern portion of the city. The study process is expected to be completed by May.
Bus| January 29, 2013

Ore. plans bus rapid transit expansion

The extension will connect West Eugene residents to downtown, and include two pedestrian bridges, new sidewalks and an additional bike lane.
Bus| January 23, 2013

Fla. transit officials consider new sales tax

If approved, the tax would pay for the construction of 24 miles of light rail and an expanded bus system for the Pinellas County Transit Authority.
Bus| January 8, 2013

Northern Calif. BRT line begins service

Monterey-Salinas Transit contracted Argentinian artist Pablo Lobato — who also designs for the Monterey Jazz Festival — to design bus wraps for its new BRT line.
Bus| January 8, 2013

Officials seek name for Canadian rapid transit project

Holding three public consultation session to name the $818-million project.
Bus| January 3, 2013

MATA hopes to attract commuters with BRT routes

The Memphis Area Transit Authority plans to develop bus rapid transit lines along certain routes beginning in 2013.
Bus| December 18, 2012

San Antonio VIA opens BRT service

The new service features eight stops along a 20-mile corridor that takes riders to the area’s largest employment centers at the newly opened South Texas Medical Center Transit Center and in downtown San Antonio.

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