Bus Rapid Transit: Not So Fast

By Geoff Dankert | Thursday, June 14, 2012

Bus Rapid Transit will take years to implement. Credit: Flickr/vxla

The Chicago Transit Authority took a step Wednesday night toward establishing dedicated bus lanes on Western and Ashland Avenues, while acknowledging that such a development could take as long as four years to become reality.

More than a dozen representatives from CTA, the Chicago Department of Transportation and the Active Transportation Alliance gathered at an open house at Lane Tech High School, 2501 W. Addison St., to explain plans to establish dedicated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lanes on 21 miles of Western and Ashland.

Read the complete article at Roscoe View Journal.

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