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Moving Beyond the Automobile: Bus Rapid Transit

2:16 PM EST on March 8, 2011

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) provides faster and more efficient service than an ordinary bus system. While a proper BRT route operates like a surface subway, the cost is much lower. In the latest installment of "Moving Beyond the Automobile," Streetfilms explains the key features of bus rapid transit around the world and how BRT helps shift people out of cars and taxis and onto buses.

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