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This is a list of bus rapid transit (BRT) systems which are in operation or under construction. The term "BRT" has been applied to a wide range of bus services. In 2012, the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) published a BRT Standard to make it easier to standardize and compare bus services.

Marechal Floriano BRT station on Curitiba's RIT Green Line (Linha Verde)
Marechal Floriano BRT station on Curitiba's RIT Green Line (Linha Verde)

Africa

Morocco

Nigeria

The Lagos Bus Rapid Transit System (Lagos BRT) is Africa's first. The Nigerian government is building a BRT system for the Lagos Metropolitan Area, and the project's first phase has been completed.[1] The first phase, from mile 12 through Ikorodu Road and Funsho Williams Aveğnue to CMS, was commissioned on March 17, 2008.

The Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) BRT corridor is about 22 kilometres long.[2] Two operators, NURTW Cooperative and the state-owned Lagos BRT, contributed about 180 high-capacity buses to the first phase. It is the world's most economical BRT, costing $1.6 million per km for the 22-km route.[citation needed] The first phase cost N4.5 billion (about US$35 million) and included elevated segregation barriers, road repairs on bus and service lanes, de-silting of blocked drainage channels, and bus stops. Included in this group includes the Oshodi - Abule-Egba BRT Lane and many others

South Africa

Tanzania

Main article: Dar es Salaam bus rapid transit

Dar-es-Salaam began operations for its first BRT corridor on 10 May 2016. Construction of the first phase was completed in December 2015 at a total cost of €134 million funded by the African Development Bank, World Bank and the Government of Tanzania.[11] The first phase of the project has a total length of 21.1 kilometers with dedicated bus lanes on three trunk routes with a total of 29 stations.

Americas

For a more comprehensive list, see List of bus rapid transit systems in the Americas.

Argentina

Main article: Transport in Argentina

City System name Lines Date opened Stations Length
Buenos Aires Metrobús Juan B. Justo 31 May 2011 21 12.5 km (7.8 mi)
9 de Julio 24 July 2013 17 3 km (1.9 mi)
Sur 14 August 2013 37 23 km (14 mi)
25 de Mayo 5 October 2015 0 7.5 km (4.7 mi)
San Martín 27 April 2016 12 5.8 km (3.6 mi)
Norte Etapa 2 24 November 2016 21 2.8 km (1.7 mi)
del Bajo 6 June 2017 25 2.9 km (1.8 mi)
Norte 17 June 2015 39 2.7 km (1.7 mi)
Vicente López Partido 2.2 km (1.4 mi)
La Matanza Partido Metrobús La Matanza 1 5 May 2017 17 10.3 km (6.4 mi)
Neuquén Metrobús Neuquén Under construction
Rosario Metrobús Rosario Norte 30 June 2016 6 1.8 km (1.1 mi)
Santa Fe Metrobús Santa Fe 1 3 May 2017 15 5.7 km (3.5 mi)
Tres de Febrero Partido Metrobús Tres de Febrero 1 6 October 2017 7 3.3 km (2.1 mi)

Brazil

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Main article: Bus rapid transit in Brazil

RIT's double articulated buses servicing tube stations in downtown Curitiba
RIT's double articulated buses servicing tube stations in downtown Curitiba
Passengers boarding a Transoeste articulated bus at the Barra da Tijuca terminal in Rio de Janeiro
Passengers boarding a Transoeste articulated bus at the Barra da Tijuca terminal in Rio de Janeiro
Transcarioca station at Galeão International Airport in Rio de Janeiro
Transcarioca station at Galeão International Airport in Rio de Janeiro

Canada

The Ottawa Transitway, one of North America's largest BRT systems
The Ottawa Transitway, one of North America's largest BRT systems
R4 41st Ave departing UBC
R4 41st Ave departing UBC
YRT's Viva bus in York Region, north of Toronto
YRT's Viva bus in York Region, north of Toronto

Chile

Transantiago articulated buses in Santiago

Colombia

City Name Began Lines Length Notes
Bogotá TransMilenio December 2000 12 113 km
Cali MIO March 2009 8 49 km Phase I completed; phase II under construction
Medellín es:Metroplús December 2011 3 12.5 km Line 2 opened 2013[20]
Barranquilla Transmetro April 2010 2 13.3 km
Bucaramanga Metrolinea February 2010 11 50 km
Pereira Megabús August 2006 3 27 km
Cartagena Transcaribe November 2015 1 15.3 km

Bogotá's segregated, four-lane TransMilenio system has a maximum peak-load capacity of 45,000 passengers per direction per hour (ppdph) on its busiest line.[21] The system uses modular median stations which serve both directions and enable prepaid, multiple-door, level boarding.[21] The average stop time is 24 seconds. Trunk-line terminals have integrated bicycle parking; the fare card opens a gate to a secure bicycle-parking area. Two lanes in each direction permit "Quickways" (local service on the inside lane combined with express service, skipping four or five stations at a time).[22] TransMilenio was described as a "model BRT system" in the National Bus Rapid Transit Institute's May 2006 report. It serves Bogotá with high-capacity, articulated, three-door buses. Bi-articulated buses are used on the busiest routes, and a smart card system is used for fare collection. Despite its large capacity, Transmilenio has problems with overcrowding.[23]

TransMilenio bus in Bogotá
Transcaribe bus in Cartagena, Colombia

Ecuador

The Quito trolleybus system has lines running on exclusive BRT lanes with underpass crossings.
The Quito trolleybus system has lines running on exclusive BRT lanes with underpass crossings.

Guatemala

Transmetro in Guatemala City

Guatemala City's Transmetro has two lines and 32 stations. The first line opened February 3, 2007, and crosses Avenue Aguilar Batres from Villa Nueva to the city. The second line began operation on August 12, 2010, and crosses 6th and 7th Avenues in a one-way-per-avenue scheme.

Mexico

Metrobús on Avenida de los Insurgentes, crossing Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City
Amistad station of the SITT BRT system in Tijuana
Amistad station of the SITT BRT system in Tijuana

Peru

United States

Main article: List of bus rapid transit systems in the Americas § United States

Venezuela

Asia

Afghanistan

Bangladesh

China

More than 30 projects are being implemented or studied in China's large cities. In the following table, BRT systems in light blue are under construction. Kunming developed the country's first BRT system in 1999.[48]

BRT systems in China
System Chinese name City Began Main lines Stations[a] Length (km)[b] Notes
Hangzhou BRT 杭州BRT Hangzhou 2006 2 50 55.4
Beijing BRT 北京BRT Beijing 2004 4 60 54
Kunming BRT 昆明BRT Kunming 1999 5 63 46
Changzhou BRT 常州BRT Changzhou 2008 2 51 44
Xiamen BRT 厦门BRT Xiamen 2008 3 31 40 [c]
Jinan BRT 济南BRT Jinan 2008 2 46 34
Zaozhuang BRT 枣庄BRT Zaozhuang 2010 2 49 62
Zhengzhou BRT 郑州BRT Zhengzhou 2009 8 38 30
Guangzhou BRT 广州BRT Guangzhou 2010 1 26 22
Suzhou BRT 苏州BRT Suzhou 2008 5 106 95
Dalian BRT 大连BRT Dalian 2008 1 13 13
Hefei BRT 合肥BRT Hefei 2010 2 9 7
Yancheng BRT 盐城BRT Yancheng 2010 2 24 16
Ürümqi BRT 乌鲁木齐BRT Ürümqi 2011 4 66 42.2
Changde BRT 常德BRT Changde 2012 1 25 20.9
Lianyungang BRT 连云港BRT Lianyungang 2012 1 29 34
Lanzhou BRT 兰州BRT Lanzhou 2012 1 15 9.1
Yinchuan BRT 银川BRT Yinchuan 2012 1 22 21.2 [49][50]
Chengdu BRT 成都BRT Chengdu 2013 1 28 28.8
Nanchang BRT 南昌BRT Nanchang
Zhongshan BRT 中山BRT Zhongshan 2014 1 13 13 [51]
Yichang BRT 宜昌BRT Yichang 2015 1 22 23
Wenzhou BRT 温州BRT Wenzhou 2015 1 17 13 [52]
Wuhan BRT 武汉BRT Wuhan 2016 1 14 13.6 [53]
Yan'an Road Medium Capacity Transit 延安路中运量公交 Shanghai 2017 1 25 17.5 eBRT using trolleybuses[54]
Guiyang BRT 贵阳BRT Guiyang 2017 1 24 29 [55]
Hohhot BRT 呼和浩特BRT Hohhot 2017 1 40 47 [56]
Yiwu BRT 义乌 BRT Yiwu 2017 1 17 12.1 [57]
Linyi BRT 临沂 BRT Linyi 2017 1 14 12.3 [58]
Nanning BRT 南宁BRT Nanning 2017 1 17 13 [59]
Fengpu Express Line 奉浦快线 Shanghai 2018 1 12 20.6 [60][61]
Fuzhou BRT 抚州BRT Fuzhou (Jiangxi) 2019 1 18 18.5[62][63] [64]
Zigong BRT 自贡BRT Zigong 2021 June 1 [65][66]
Shenzhen BRT 深圳BRT Shenzhen
Wuxi BRT 无锡BRT Wuxi
Xi'an BRT 西安BRT Xi'an
Shenyang BRT 沈阳BRT Shenyang
Shijiazhuang BRT 石家庄BRT Shijiazhuang
Harbin BRT 哈尔滨BRT Harbin
  1. ^ Stations connected by transfers are counted as one station, unless otherwise noted.
  2. ^ Corridor length; lines which sharing the same corridor are counted once.
  3. ^ Portions (BRT 1 33.4 km, BRT 1 Interchange 18.7 km and BRT 2 15.3 km) are on dedicated, elevated roads.

India

Government-designated BRT systems (BRTS) with segregated lanes:[67]

Pune Bus Rapid Transit System
Pune Bus Rapid Transit System
Vijayawada Bus Rapid Transit System
Vijayawada Bus Rapid Transit System
Rajkot Bus Rapid Transit System
Rajkot Bus Rapid Transit System

India is rapidly building new BRTS systems around the country. Several systems are operational while many are under construction and are also proposed.

BRT systems in India
System Native name Acronym City Began Main lines Stations[a] Length (km)[b] Notes
Rainbow Bus Rapid Transit System पुणे BRT PNBRTS Pune 2006 6 102 113
Ahmedabad BRTS અમદાવાદ BRT AHMDBRTS Ahmedabad 2009 14 150 89
Indore Bus Rapid Transit System इंदौर BRTS INDBRTS Indore 2013 10 - 12.046
Rajkot Bus Rapid Transit System રાજકોટ BRT RAJBRTS Rajkot 2008 1 18 10.5
Surat Bus Rapid Transit System સુરત BRT SURBRTS Surat 2013 15 148 114
Bhopal Bus Rapid Transit System भोपाल BRTS BHPBRTS Bhopal 2006 10 230 186
Jaipur Bus Rapid Transit System जयपुर BRTS JAIBRTS Jaipur 2010 - - -
Mumbai Bus Rapid Transit System मुंबई BRTS Planned Mumbai - 1(Planned) - -
Bhubaneswar Bus Rapid Transit System ଭୁବନେଶ୍ୱର BRTS - Bhubaneshwar 2019 2 - -
Hyderabad Bus Rapid Transit System హైదరాబాద్ BRTS SZBRT Hyderabad - 2 - -
Jodhpur Bus Rapid Transit System जोधपुर BRTS JodhpurBRTS Jodhpur 2016 1 6 10
Amritsar Bus Rapid Transit System ਅੰਮ੍ਰਿਤਸਰ BRTS AMRSTRBRTS Amritsar 2018 7 84 31
Vijayawada Bus Rapid Transit System విజయవాడ BRT VJWDABRTS Vijayawada - 6 - -
Hubli-Dharwad Bus Rapid Transit System ಚಿಗರಿ HDBRTS Hubli-Dharwad 1 November 2018 6 33 70
Raipur and Naya Raipur Bus Rapid Transit System रायपुर-नया रायपुर BRTS Raipur-Naya Raipur 2016 2 10 60
Visakhapatnam Bus Rapid Transit System విశాఖపట్నం BRTS Visakhapatnam 2016 2 42

Indonesia

TransJakarta Scania K310IB 6x2 serving Corridor 2 towards Harmoni
TransJakarta Scania K310IB 6x2 serving Corridor 2 towards Harmoni
Trans Semarang Hino FB130 medium bus serving Corridor 7
Trans Semarang Hino FB130 medium bus serving Corridor 7

TransJakarta is the world longest BRT network (251.2 km),[68] carries more than 1 million passengers daily[69] with a fleet of over 3,900 buses. Despite being branded as BRT systems, practically all bus networks in Indonesia except for TransJakarta does not have right of way.[70]

BRT systems in Indonesia
System Script name City Began Main lines Main Stations[c] Length (km)[d] Passengers (daily) Source
TransJakarta Jakarta 15 January 2004 13 244 251.2 1,006,579 [68][71][69]
Trans Metro Batam (id) Batam 24 September 2004 8 39 [72]
Trans Jogja Javanese: ꦠꦿꦤ꧀ꦱ꧀ꦗꦺꦴꦒ꧀ꦗꦆꦱ꧀ꦠꦶꦩꦺꦮ Yogyakarta 17 February 2008 11 267 [73]
Trans Metro Pekanbaru (id) Pekanbaru 18 June 2009 10 80 [74]
Trans Metro Bandung (id) Sundanese: ᮒᮢᮔ᮪ᮞ᮪ ᮙᮨᮒᮢᮧ ᮘᮔ᮪ᮓᮥᮀ Bandung 23 September 2009 5 52 [75]
Trans Musi (id) Palembang January 2010 6 129 156 22,000 [76]
Batik Solo Trans Javanese: ꦧꦛꦶꦏ꧀ꦱꦭꦠꦿꦤ꧀ꦱ꧀ Surakarta 1 September 2010 8 72 10,000 [77][78]
Trans Semarang (id) Javanese: ꦠꦿꦤ꧀ꦱ꧀ꦯꦼꦩꦫꦁ Semarang 1 October 2010 8 35 [79][80]
Trans Sarbagita Denpasar 18 August 2011 4 31 42 5,000 [81][82]
Trans Bandar Lampung (id) Bandar Lampung 14 November 2011 3 30 [83]
Trans Padang (id) Padang January 2014 2 26 42 [84][85]
Trans Mamminasata (id) Mamminasata March 2014 11 154 [86]
Trans Koetaradja Banda Aceh 2 May 2016 5 90 15,342 [87][88]
Trans Metro Dewata Denpasar 7 September 2020 4 30 [89][90]
BRT Banjarbakula Banjarmasin 14 August 2019 3 37+ [91]

Iran

Israel

Japan

Yutorīto Line
Yutorīto Line

Jordan

Amman BRT in Amman.
Amman BRT in Amman.

Malaysia

RapidKL BYD K9 electric bus on an elevated guideway, separate from road traffic
RapidKL BYD K9 electric bus on an elevated guideway, separate from road traffic

Pakistan

Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus in Islamabad
Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus in Islamabad
TransPeshawar Buses
TransPeshawar Buses
BRT systems in Pakistan
System City Region Opening Year System
Length (km)
No of Stations[Note 1]
Lahore Metrobus[92][93] Lahore Punjab 2013 27 27
Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus[92][94][95] Rawalpindi and Islamabad Punjab and Islamabad Capital Territory 2015 22.5 24
Multan Metrobus[96][93][97][98] Multan Punjab 2017 18.5 21
TransPeshawar[99][100][101] Peshawar Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 2020 27 32
Karachi Breeze[102][103] Karachi Sindh 2021 21 22

Philippines

South Korea

Sejong BRT bus near Government Complex
Sejong BRT bus near Government Complex

Taiwan

Chiayi BRT
Chiayi BRT

Chiayi Bus Rapid Transit has two routes: 7211 (between Chiayi City Centre and Puzi) and 7212, between the Chiayi TRA station and the Chiayi HSR station.

Taichung has a "Optimized Bus Lane" formerly designated as Taichung BRT. It is still using most of the facilities built in BRT era, only the priority bus signals were cancelled.[108]

Taipei also has 8 routes that are considered a BRT system.

Thailand

Bus at the Sathon Terminus in Bangkok
Bus at the Sathon Terminus in Bangkok

The Bangkok BRT runs 16.5 kilometres from Sathon to Ratchapruek. The route begins at Sathon and runs along Narathiwat Ratchanakharin Road, turns right at Rama III Road, crosses the Chao Phraya River on the Rama III Bridge and follows Ratchadaphisek Road before turning right at Ratchahruek Road. At the Sathon-Narathiwat Ratchanakharin intersection, a walkway connects BRT Sathon and the BTS Chong Nonsi station. The system began operating on 29 May 2010.

Turkey

Vietnam

Hanoi BRT 01 (Line 99) bus at the Kim Ma terminal
Hanoi BRT 01 (Line 99) bus at the Kim Ma terminal

The 14.7-km Hanoi BRT system runs from the downtown Kim Mã terminal to the Yên Nghĩa terminal in Hanoi's southern suburbs. The line opened on 31 December 2016 with a one-month free trial. The system is a component of the Hanoi Urban Transport Development Project, which was approved by the Hanoi People's Committee in Decision 1837/QĐ-UBND on May 10, 2007. The World Bank-funded ODA project is a step in improving the city's urban transport network and increasing public-transport capacity.

Europe

Austria

Belgium

Finland

Helsinki, Tampere and Turku have extensive bus-lane networks in their city centers.[109]

France

Évéole bus in Douai
Évéole bus in Douai

Paris region

Germany

Italy

Netherlands

Zuidtangent, Hoofddorp

Spain

Sweden

United Kingdom

See also: List of guided busways and BRT systems in the United Kingdom

Oceania

Australia

The O-Bahn Busway in Adelaide, South Australia is one of the world's longest, fastest and most heavily used guided busways.[citation needed]
The O-Bahn Busway in Adelaide, South Australia is one of the world's longest, fastest and most heavily used guided busways.[citation needed]

New Zealand

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Stations connected by transfers are counted as one station, unless otherwise noted.
  1. ^ Stations connected by transfers are counted as one station, unless otherwise noted.
  2. ^ Track length; lines which share track are counted once.
  3. ^ Stations connected by transfers are counted as one station, unless otherwise noted.
  4. ^ Corridor length; lines which sharing the same corridor are counted once.

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