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NJ Transit BRT plans advance

The NJ Transit board has approved a proposed BRT route designed to help ease traffic snarls and commutes along the South Jersey corridor.

Feds approve $54.5 million for Fort Collins MAX BRT line

The Mason Corridor is a five-mile byway located near the heart of Fort Collins. It combines the MAX BRT corridor with a bicycle and pedestrian trail.

SF transportation agency approves BRT plans

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency approved plans Tuesday for a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route servicing the city’s Van Ness Avenue.

The solution to Utah’s growth challenges

Michael Allegra: When I look to the future for the Utah Transit Authority I see more bus rapid transit.

$7.3 million approved for Chi-town BRT

More than $7.3 million in tax increment financing for a bus rapid transit line in downtown Chicago has been approved by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Chicago’s MPC sets BRT agenda

Chicago’s Metropolitan Planning Council has released its 2012 policy agenda concerning bus rapid transit and green infrastructure incentives.

Fresno moves forward with BRT plan

The City of Fresno is moving forward with plans to develop its own bus rapid transit system.

Canadian PM visits Mississauga BRT corridor groundbreaking

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was on hand at a groundbreaking ceremony late last month in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

Maryland gubernatorial race pits BRT against light rail

Incumbent pushes for light rail; contender BRT is more practical The $1.5 billion project as O’Malley envisions would use light rail to move commuters between New Carrollton and downtown Bethesda, with stops in between including Silver Spring, Takoma Park and the University of Maryland at College Park. Ehrlich says during his administration he could see […]

Four agencies have good reason to study BRT

Transit agencies from four separate regions of the country recently reported their plans and proposals to include BRT in their vision to improve public transportation in and around their communities.