What is Bus Rapid Transit?
BRT is an innovative, high capacity, lower cost public transit solution that can significantly improve urban mobility. This permanent, integrated system uses buses or specialized vehicles on roadways or dedicated lanes to quickly and efficiently transport passengers to their destinations, while offering the flexibility to meet transit demand. BRT systems can easily be customized to community needs and incorporate state-of-the-art, low-cost technologies that result in more passengers and less congestion.
The Mission of the National BRT Institute is to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and innovation for increasing speed, efficiency, and reliability of high-capacity bus service through the implementation of BRT systems in the United States.
CTFastrack (Hartford, CT) surpasses anticipated ridership after 5 weeks of operation
Indianapolis focusing on a large BRT system for future transportation plans
APTA's Multimodal Planning Workshop, August 10-12th, Houston, TX
APTA's Annual Meeting,October 4-7th, San Francisco, CA
Transportation Research Board's 95th Meeting, January 10-14th