Bus Rapid Transit


Bus rapid transit is a series of features that can be incorporated into a public transport system to make travel by bus easier and faster.

If public transport is quick and convenient, there is more incentive for people to leave their car at home, or not own a car. This saves money and reduces greenhouse emissions.

Features include:


Bus Rapid Transit. Wikipedia. 2004

A Bus-Based Transitway or Light Rail? David Hensher. Institute of Transport Studies. University of Sydney. 1999

Rapid Transit System. Euclid Corridor Transportation Project

What is Bus Rapid Transit? BRT Policy Centre

The Silver Line - Is it really BRT? Bad Transit

Curitiba's "Bus Rapid Transit" – How Applicable to Los Angeles and Other US Cities? Darrell Clarke. Light Rail Now


National Bus Rapid Transit Institute. University of South Florida.