Bus Lane with Intermittent Priority (BLIMP) Concept Simulation Analysis
infrastructure - bus/tram priority, infrastructure - bus/tram lane, infrastructure - bus/tram lane, mode - bus, mode - bus rapid transit
bus, intermittent priority, transit signal priority, TSP, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
This report discusses the results of a preliminary implementation study to determine the potential impacts of a new and innovative transit priority treatment along a BRT corridor in Eugene, Oregon. The bus lane with intermittent priority (BLIMP) utilizes dynamic lane assignment to designate an exclusive bus lane on a temporary, bus-actuated basis. The temporary lane is designated via overhead variable message signs and in-ground dynamic lane markings.
Carey, G., Bauer, T., & Giese, K. (2009). Bus Lane with Intermittent Priority (BLIMP) Concept Simulation Analysis, Report No. FTA-FL-26-7109.2009.8, U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration.
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