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International Experience in Bus Rapid Transit Implementation : Synthesis of Lessons Learned from Lagos, Johannesburg, Jakarta, Delhi, and Ahmedabad

ACCESSIBILITY ACCIDENTS AIR AIR QUALITY ARTERIAL STREETS AUTOMOBILES BRIDGE BRIDGE CROSSINGS BRIDGES BUNCHING BUS BUS COMPANIES BUS COMPANY BUS FINANCE BUS LANE BUS NETWORK BUS OPERATIONS BUS OPERATORS BUS OWNERS BUS ROUTES BUS SERVICE BUS SERVICES BUS SYSTEM BUS SYSTEMS BUS TRANSPORT BUSWAYS CAR CAR OWNERSHIP CARRIAGEWAY CARS CHASSIS CLIMATE CHANGE COMMERCIAL PASSENGER TRANSPORT COMMUTERS CONGESTION CONGESTION PROBLEMS CONSTRUCTION CORRIDOR SERVICE COST OF CONGESTION DAILY TRIPS DEFICITS DRIVERS DRIVERS OF BUSES DRIVING EMISSIONS ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY VEHICLES EXPRESS SERVICES EXTERNALITIES FARE BOX FARE BOX REVENUES FARE COLLECTION FARE COLLECTORS FARE EVASION FARE REVENUES FARES FEEDER SERVICES FINANCE INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FIXED COSTS FLOODING FOSSIL FUELS FRAMEWORK FUEL FUEL COSTS GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GPS HIGH RIDERSHIP INCOME INFRASTRUCTURE COSTS INSPECTION INSULATION INSURANCE INTERCHANGES INTERSECTIONS JOURNEY JOURNEYS JUNCTIONS LAND USE LANES LIGHT RAIL LOCAL BUS SYSTEM LONG TRIP LONGER TRIPS MAIN ROADS MARKING MASS RAPID TRANSIT MASS TRANSIT METRO LINE METRO SYSTEM METRO SYSTEMS METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY MINI-BUS MINI-BUSES MINIBUS MINIBUS OPERATORS MINIBUS SERVICES MINIBUSES MIXED TRAFFIC MOBILITY MODAL TRANSPORT SYSTEM MODES OF TRAVEL MOTORCYCLE MOTORCYCLES MOTORIZED TRANSPORT NATIONAL RAILWAY NEGATIVE EXTERNALITIES NET BENEFITS OPERATING EXPENSES PARKING PASSENGER PASSENGER INFORMATION PASSENGER TRANSPORT PASSENGER TRANSPORT OPERATIONS PASSENGER TRIPS PASSENGERS PASSENGERS PER HOUR PATRONAGE PEDESTRIAN PEDESTRIAN CROSSINGS PETROL PRICE PETROL PRICES POLITICAL POWER POPULATION DENSITY PORTALS PRIVATE OPERATORS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE TRANSPORT PRIVATE VEHICLE PRIVATE VEHICLES PUBLIC PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT PUBLIC PERCEPTION PUBLIC TRANSPORT PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEMAND PUBLIC TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC TRANSPORT MODE PUBLIC TRANSPORT MODES PUBLIC TRANSPORT OPERATORS PUBLIC TRANSPORT PROVISION PUBLIC TRANSPORT SECTOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICE PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM MORE PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS PUBLIC TRANSPORT USERS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PUBLIC VEHICLES RADIO RAIL RAILROAD RAILWAY RAILWAY SYSTEM RAPID TRANSIT RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEMS RIDERS RIDERSHIP RIGHT OF WAY RIGHT-OF-WAY RIGHTS OF WAY ROAD ROAD NETWORK ROAD SPACE ROAD TRANSPORT ROAD USE ROADS ROADWAY ROADWAY CONGESTION ROADWAYS ROUTE ROUTES SAFETY SAFETY ISSUES SAFETY PROBLEMS SERVICE ROADS SHORT TRIPS SIGNAGE SMART CARDS SPEED SPEEDS SUBURBS TAX TAXI OPERATOR TAXI OPERATORS TAXI SERVICES TAXIS TELEVISION TRAFFIC TRAFFIC CONGESTION TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM TRAFFIC LANES TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT TRAFFIC POLICE TRAFFIC SIGNALS TRAMWAYS TRANSIT INVESTMENT TRANSIT INVESTMENTS TRANSIT OPTION TRANSIT SYSTEM TRANSPORT TRANSPORT AUTHORITY TRANSPORT MODE TRANSPORT NETWORK TRANSPORT OPERATIONS TRANSPORT PLAN TRANSPORT PLANNING TRANSPORT POLICIES TRANSPORT POLICY TRANSPORT PROBLEMS TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORT STRATEGY TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TRAVEL ALTERNATIVES TRAVEL DEMAND TRAVELERS TRAVELLERS TRIP TRIP LENGTH TRIPS PER DAY TRUNK CORRIDOR UNDERPINNING URBAN MOBILITY URBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT URBAN TRAFFIC URBAN TRANSPORT URBAN TRANSPORT POLICY URBAN TRAVEL URBANIZATION VALUE OF TIME VEHICLE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE VEHICLE OWNERS VEHICLE REGISTRATION VEHICLE TRAVEL VEHICLE USERS VEHICLES VEHICULAR TRAFFIC WALK TRIPS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | India | Indonesia | Nigeria | South Africa
2013-03-28T19:36:40Z | 2013-03-28T19:36:40Z | 2012-01

It is in this context that this study has been undertaken to document BRT case studies in terms of the political setting, institutions/governance, public involvement and communications, service/operations/management and planning and their relationship to investment performance. The study has been undertaken in recognition of the fact that successful implementation and operation of BRT systems often reflects non-physical actors like leadership, communications, organizational structure, service planning and operating practices rather than the design of transitways, stations, terminals and vehicles. This paper does not seek to compare BRT with other forms of public transport but only seeks to evaluate a sample of BRT systems in terms of the softer issues that have contributed making a BRT system successful or not so successful.

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