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Chicago MPC builds its case for top-tier BRT

Community contributions stretch well beyond faster bus service.

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Select Bus Services delivers BRT to New York City

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

Seven New England companies receive 31 MCI Commuter Coaches.

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BRT builds from a plan with vision

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 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…

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

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Predicting the future of payment methods

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

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

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

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

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