Midsize Cities on the Move: A Look at the Next Generation of Rapid Bus, Bus Rapid Transit, and Streetcar Projects in the United States
economics - finance, mode - bus, place - north america
midsize cities, United states, public transportation, bus transit, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), urban transit
This report explores the next generation of public transit services in medium sized cities. These cities generally have a population of about 50,000 to 250,000 individuals. The mainstay of public transit systems in midsized cities is bus transit. The report focuses on best practices in public transit planning; financing strategies; and possible, projected, or actual outcomes.
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Reconnecting America. (2012). Midsize Cities on the Move: A Look at the Next Generation of Rapid Bus, Bus Rapid Transit, and Streetcar Projects in the United States. 52 pages.