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Chicago MPC builds its case for top-tier BRT

rendering of Ashland corridor

Community contributions stretch well beyond faster bus service.

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Select Bus Services delivers BRT to New York City

All Corridors Map

Ten years ago, our transit buses began traveling slower through the streets of New York City.

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MassDOT BusPlus+ equips private operators for regional service

The coaches carry the sign for intercity and commuter transportation options across the Commonwealth and all of New England.

Seven New England companies receive 31 MCI Commuter Coaches.

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BRT builds from a plan with vision

BRT MAIN PIC

Parsons Brinkerhoff’s Cliff Henke speaks to the aspects of successful Bus Rapid Transit planning.

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BRT combines with Monterey Jazz

The JAZZ BRT provides a one-of-a-kind experience for residents and visitors.

The JAZZ Bus Rapid Transit system is now operating after more than five years of planning, identifying funding sources, plus a year to construct and implement the project.

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And the survey says…

Woman playing bus fares.

Accenture determines transit passengers worldwide are willing to pay more for an improved experience.

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Predicting the future of payment methods

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With the emergence of every new payment technology, there’s a chorus declaring that it will revolutionize payment for products and services.

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VTA delves into Bus Rapid Transit

VTA BRT Vehicle

Three BRT corridors emerge as the most promising for Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

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BRT in America: It takes a village

Veolia Transportation operates the Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) Bus Rapid Transit for the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, which currently runs between the Downtown Transportation Center and North Las Vegas.

No two BRT systems are alike. Each one requires a mix of characteristics uniquely suited to the individual communities it serves.

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YCAT comes of age

YCAT runs 27 vehicles on 11 routes that include 18 New Flyer and ElDorado transit buses and nine EZ Rider, Aerotech and Chevy cutaway vehicles.

By John Andoh
Transit Director
Yuma County Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority
Yuma, AZ

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