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Indian BRT system honored for improving mobility, cutting emissions

Bus| January 14, 2010
Award given annually to a city that uses transport innovations to increase mobility for all residents, while reducing transportation greenhouse and air pollution emissions and increasing cyclist and pedestrian safety and access.

Calif. transit receives $2.77M for BRT

Bus| December 22, 2009
The $2.77 million in federal funding will be matched by $700,000 in California Proposition 1B Transportation Bond funds, and will provide new shelters, curb expansions, and electronic real-time bus arrival/departure signs.
Bus| November 25, 2009

Community Transit set to launch BRT service

Staff will be at each Swift station throughout the first few days of service to answer questions. Getting riders used to paying fares at the station, not onboard the bus, is expected to be the biggest challenge.
Bus| November 20, 2009

Kitsap Transit chief calls for separate agency

Says new agency needed to for BRT, ferries to support county's economic development.
Bus| November 10, 2009

Community Transit to launch hybrid BRT service

Because Everett Transit only serves residents to the city line, the new BRT line will bridge transit service across Everett and south Snohomish County, eliminating an intersection where riders literally have to get off one bus, cross the street and get on another bus.
Bus| November 5, 2009

Valley Metro opens new transit center, stations

The transit center will provide service for the Valley’s first arterial Bus Rapid Transit service, Main Street LINK, which began connecting the east valley to the light rail station last December. Valley Metro will also open 13 out of 26 LINK stations along the route.
Bus| October 23, 2009

ARRA to fund second Valley Metro BRT

Cost of construction ($3,926,600) will include shelter construction, landscaping, lighting, utility relocation, data and power hook-ups, dynamic messaging signs for bus arrival information and bike racks.
Bus| October 23, 2009

Orion delivers hybrid, BRT buses to Toronto

The order of 35 buses will meet the new 2010 emission standards for diesel engines operating in Canada, using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology.
Bus| October 21, 2009

NABI delivers artics to Big Blue

The new NABI articulated models include interior features for maximum comfort and convenience for all passengers, including seniors and those with disabilities. Each bus has 53 seats instead of the usual 40, and runs on clean compressed natural gas, which is 77 percent cleaner burning than diesel fuel.
Bus| October 9, 2009

Cleveland’s BRT hits one-year anniversary

More than 3.1 million people have boarded the HealthLine since the service began on Oct. 24, 2008.

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