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Rural Colo. BRT named ‘Champion of Change’

Bus| July 30, 2012
The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority is one of fourteen organizations in the U.S. selected for transportation innovation. The VelociRFTA is the first rural BRTsystem in the U.S.

Colo. begins BRT station construction

Bus| July 24, 2012
The system, which will be called VelociRFTA, will be officially put into service in the fall of 2013.
Bus| July 17, 2012

AC Transit BRT project approved

In April, the board of directors approved the $150 million project, which runs from the San Leandro Bay Area Rapid Transit District through downtown Oakland.
Bus| July 11, 2012

Online tool developed to promote BRT

Will help decision-makers understand the full array of features and firms needed to provide the BRT vehicles, technology and services.
Bus| June 27, 2012

Scottsdale, Ariz. chooses BRT over rail

Valley Metro's first 20-mile rail line serves Mesa, Tempe and Phoenix and extensions are planned over the next few years, but Scottsdale has made no move to get on board.
Bus| June 12, 2012

NJ Transit moves forward with $46M BRT plans

Proposed route is designed to ease commutes on the congested corridor between South Jersey and Philadelphia. The route could be up and running by 2020.
Bus| June 1, 2012

King County Metro awarded $37.5M for BRT

With funds from the FTA’s Bus and Bus Facilities Grant Program, the King County Department of Transportation will build two new bus rapid transit lines as part of greater Seattle’s new six corridor RapidRide BRT system.
Bus| May 31, 2012

PB named GEC for Waterloo, Ontario transit development

The program includes a 12-mile light rail transit system and an 11-mile bus rapid transit network through the Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo area.
Bus| May 29, 2012

N.Y.’s CDTA unveils bus arrival app

The application dedicated to BusPlus bus rapid transit service features real-time information for devices operating on Apple, Android and Blackberry platforms. Customers are now able to see when the bus is coming to any station serviced by BusPlus.
Bus| May 24, 2012

Connecticut breaks ground on first BRT line

The 9.4-mile line will include 11 stations in New Britain, Newington, West Hartford and Hartford, with buses running every three to six minutes during peak commuting hours.

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