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JTA readies launch of enhanced transportation inititatives

Mobility| November 26, 2018

New services include a bus rapid transit line, park-n-ride, and an on-demand shuttle.

Zero emissions, transit reliability may come to fore in 2019

Technology| November 18, 2018

We as an industry need to be clear-eyed about how new battery buses are, the challenges they face and the alternatives available to ensure the reliability that BRT demands.

Bus| November 16, 2018

New Flyer 60-foot electric bus passes Altoona testing

U.S. transit agencies can now use FTA funding in support of their purchases of the company's 60-foot electric bus rapid transit buses.

Bus| November 5, 2018

Montgomery County, Md. breaks ground on BRT corridor

Starting in 2020, the 14-mile, 11-station BRT will run between Burtonsville and downtown Silver Spring

Bus| October 30, 2018

KCATA breaks ground on 3rd MAX BRT line

Will include real-time arrival information, Wi-Fi service, and passenger-friendly transit centers.

 

Bus| October 23, 2018

BRT lines, the most adaptable mass transit system yet

Adaptability and flexibility are the characteristics of BRT Line that are considered to be its most favorable aspects as they can be configured according to each projec.

Bus| October 16, 2018

Mass. BRT pilot combines design, art to launch improved experience

Featuring the work of five local artists along the corridor, the pilot aims to bring more efficient and reliable service.

Bus| October 16, 2018

The Rapid adding 16 New Flyer articulated buses

The buses will support Grand Rapids’ second new BRT line, with funding provided by the FTA and the Michigan DOT.

Government Issues| October 10, 2018

U.S. DOT provides $63B-plus for transportation improvements in 2018

Has released Notices of Funding Opportunity for nearly 90% of the funding from FY 2018 to solicit applications.

Bus| September 28, 2018

Wash.'s Community Transit adding New Flyer artics

The buses will replace older buses that have reached service lifespan and are a part of a $12 million investment in service changes that will introduce BRT in 2019.

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