bus rapid transit


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bus rapid transit

n. Abbr. BRT
A public transit system in which buses follow routes with enhanced infrastructure such as dedicated lanes and stations with turnstiles to reduce delays.
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However, no deadline is there of the bus rapid transit systems announced by the provincial government and some real estate tycoons.
In its December 7, 2017, verdict on a petition filed by a Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader against the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, the court had declared that while the project was being built with lawful authority, the EPA was told to regularly submit reports on the environmental issues caused by the project.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Maulana Amanullah Haqqani had challenged the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, being built under the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Urban Mass Transit Act 2016, claiming that the initiative was 'illegal' since procedural formalities listed in the Constitution were not fulfilled by the government.
Bus rapid transit was a new concept when LTD became one of the first transit districts to embrace it 20 years ago.
The Cebu City BRT is the country's first-ever bus rapid transit system, which is also one of the major transport projects under the Aquino administration.
DOTC, in a published notice, said it is seeking bidders to prepare a detailed engineering design for the Manila Bus Rapid Transit System.
The Centre, he said, is also providing assistance for implementation of Bus Rapid Transit System projects in 11 cities with a network of over 437 km at a cost of more than Rs 5500 crore.
The chassis will be used in the expansion of the bus rapid transit (BRT) system Transmilenio in Bogota.
I WOULD like to comment on plans to create a bus rapid transit service in Cardiff (Echo, March 10) and build on the existing Baycar service.
Six streetcar and bus rapid transit projects will be funded with $130 million from the Federal Transit Administration's Urban Circulator Program, and 47 additional projects aimed at upgrading bus services and facilities are slated to receive more than $163 million.
The idea of a bus rapid transit service between New Street and Five Ways is an interesting one and worth considering as we work with the council on the plan to improve public transport links within the city centre and emerging districts such as Southside.
The idea of a bus rapid transit route through Low Fell has been put to Newcastle and Gateshead Councils and transport operator Nexus.