Bus rapid transit systems need to use transit signal priority

In Politics by Michael Rae

Transit ridership continues to decline. While cities and states have received massive stimulus and COVID-19 relief packages from the federal government, local transit agencies are going to have to make do with less money in the future. As a result, interest in bus rapid transit (BRT) as an alternative to light rail appears to be growing. For example, almost 200 people attended the recent American Public Transportation Association’s Bus Rapid Transit Workshop at the group’s Mobility Conference in Columbus, Ohio, which is the highest attendance in the 10 years that I have been attending these conferences and BRT events. 

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