LONDON'S NEW BUS "SUPER ROUTE"
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Bus Route 32, which runs between Kilburn Park Station and Edgware Station, was designated as London, England's first bus Super Route. In a 6-month experiment, intensive enforcement of bus-lane and parking restrictions will keep lanes free of congestion. Automatic vehicle location, allowing operators at bus garages to track the whereabouts of all their services, is being introduced; and countdown information displays, showing the arrival time of the next bus, are being installed at stops along the route. Buses will also be given priority at traffic lights.
Institute of Transportation Engineers. (1999). LONDON'S NEW BUS "SUPER ROUTE". ITE Journal, Volume 69, Issue 12, 2 p.