Moving Australia



 

Bus Rapid Transit

 

BIC Research

 

BRT Projects - IA BRT Projects - IA (1808 KB)


Possible Bus Rapit Transit and bus priority projects for development in Australian capital cities.

Parammatta to Macquarie Transitway Parammatta to Macquarie Transitway (1951 KB)

A proposed Parammatta to Macquarie Transitway, designed by BusNSW.

 

Industry Related Research

BRT a Comparative Assessment BRT a Comparative Assessment (156 KB)


A comparative assessment of 44 Bus Rapid Transit Systems from around the world. The research identifies the capacity, cost and performance of bus rapid transit systems. By Professors David Hensher and Thomas Golob from the University of Sydney.

BRT More than Segregated Lanes? BRT More than Segregated Lanes? (476 KB)

Bus Rapid Transit: A bit more than just segregated lanes? An information paper from Leigh Fisher Management Consultants.

BRT Futures - Graham Currie BRT Futures - Graham Currie (886 KB)

Bus Rapid Transit in Australasia: Performance, Lessons Learned and Futures. An analysis of Bus Rapid Transit in Australia by Chair of Public Transport at Monash University, Professor Graham Currie.

BRT Image and Perception - US Dept of Transport BRT Image and Perception - US Dept of Transport (3261 KB)

Quantifying the Importance of Image and Perception to Bus Rapid Transit. A research paper undertaken by the United States Department of Transportation.

BRT versus Light Rail BRT versus Light Rail (136 KB)

A Bus Based Transitway or Light Rail? A comparative assessment of the value of bus rapid transit and light rail systems by Professor David Hensher from the University of Sydney.

Characteristics of BRT - US Department of Transport Characteristics of BRT - US Department of Transport (6270 KB)

Characteristics of BRT for decision making. A research paper from the US Department of Transportation.

Frequency and Connectivity - The Key Drivers of Reform Frequency and Connectivity - The Key Drivers of Reform (186 KB)

Frequency and Connectivity: The Key Drivers of Reform in Urban Transport Provision. A research paper from Professor David Hensher at the University of Sydney.

 

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