Of course, if the MTA can continue to dump street maintenance costs to the DOT (versus track and catenary maintenance), then of course, there’s little incentive for the MTA to push for it. endstream endobj 1 0 obj <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 1/Tabs/S/Type/Page>> endobj 2 0 obj <>stream Subways took the place of Els, which took the place of electric trolleys and steam railroads, which took the place of omnibuses and horsecars. The problem is that New York doesn’t actually have situations like this within the five boroughs, except maybe Staten Island. It is these slow segments that pick up the most riders and impact travel time the most; the Merrick SBS in Phase I was shelved because it would’ve saved more time to do general bus improvements in Jamaica than giving buses TSP and lanes on Merrick. I get that. Yes. If a corridor has enough traffic for one bus every 10 minutes but LRV can carry more people, what do you do to save money? Even if buses conceptually work as well under the circumstances, there is rarely any reason to prefer them when capital expenses are the same or greater than for rail. Mr. Hinebaugh said that bus rapid transit can range from a tiny fraction of the cost of light rail — as was the case with the L.A. Metro Rapid service, which cost $250,000 a mile — to roughly the same, as with Cleveland’s well-appointed HealthLine B.R.T. endstream endobj startxref ;QY���{̉�%��P�����Ϫ�~�̕Lk� The phrase “real BRT” needs to go away. Up front, yes, but over the life of the service, definitely not. In the ten years from 1992-2001, only 23 cities had implemented new BRTs or busways while 115 cities have implemented BRT since 2002 But bear in mind, this is a city that used to explicitly eschew any subway construction on the grounds that buses are cheaper. u) does not impose limitations upon the elderly, handicapped or able-bodied individuals through the use of distantly spaced bus stations Vielmehr ist die flexible Anpassung an die spezifischen Gegebenheiten jeder einzelnen Stadt einer der zentralen Erfolgsfaktoren des Systems. n) does not stop in any way shape or form – bike riders, car drivers or truck drivers their God-given right to mow down pedestrians attempting to simply cross the street with the light Riders now benefit from 5- to 10-minute headways throughout the day, bus-only lanes, off-board fare payment, all-door boarding, and comfortable, canopied stations. Buses lose the capital expense advantage once it’s time to start making big capital investments (again, North Shore). Probably the roadbuilding exuberance spiraled out of control and that coupled with excessive urban renewal clearcutting, lead to the backlash that we are even now still suffering. Trump administration mismanagement of grant program costing county time and money. Sink said bus rapid transit could qualify for federal funding programs that would cover up to half the cost of the project, along with Virginia Smart Scale dollars. The question then is, do you get hundreds of time better service as a result? At the risk of being an interloper, I think that dual mode vehicles like the ones that Japan Rail has developed are worth considering. This was in reference to your assertion that it would be difficult to just “add another bus” at times of unpredictable loading, which ordinary bus lines manage to do just fine. People who advocate for BRT at the expense of subway extensions neglect the fact that BRT will primarily still feed the subway, which is currently creaking from the lack of capacity in certain areas (Manhattan between 60th and Chambers and pretty much all the river crossings). Yet, BRT is a fractional substitute for subway service, and any successful BRT planning will require frequent service, a network of routes and a plan to move the transit system from wheels to rails. BRT in the US is very frequently a bait and switch, used to distract from the very serious need for rail investment. So it likely is difficult, and expensive. The buses cost $1.2 million apiece. The discussion in favor of BRT focuses on the wrong things, and the solutions have been so half-hearted. BRT is subject to most of the same political and economic forces surface rail would be. I get what BRT does. i) does not isolate minority communities from employment centers That doesn’t mean many of those local routes are inadequate if they stay local buses. I think that digging a tunnel or building an elevated structure in Staten Island or outer Queens will still be many many times more expensive than reconstructing a roadway. My main problem is that BRT is being waved around like it’s the miracle cure when it doesn’t solve the underlying problems with our transit network, namely a sheer shortage of capacity. Overview of BRT planning stages. INDIANAPOLIS | IndyGo and Bus Rapid Transit. I actually don’t see the need for a network of BRT for BRT to be useful. Buses can’t leave their route to bring someone just a little further anymore than rail can. Rail actually might start saving over buses at a pretty low frequency/capacity level. BRT can’t do that. While many of those areas without ready access to transit have shown growth, the biggest spikes come in tracts that have direct subway service. Rationalize the schedule, fares, and fare collection system, and it will be not much inferior to a subway. For buses, if you want Transmilenio capacity levels, you need four lanes, so that buses can stop away from the mainline. Proponents of the "Bus Rapid Transit" term cite it as a form of mass transit that uses buses in a dedicated right-of-way, ... but that the issue is not "a problem with buses, it's a problem with cheapskates". The risk of abusing BRT capital improvements is roughly the same as the risk of abusing rail capital improvements. Like the Municipal Art Society with regard to Penn Station, some folks are having trouble getting their heads around that. http://gondolaproject.com/2012.....s-busrail/. Yet the Port Authority is planning on spending $1.5 billion to extend the PATH line to Newark Airport. ��7"g�D��e9�ykC��vTo��\��?�0�VI�)Ŝ�$Kɬu$#���H����cQF{��?ʨ����� A streetcar line would have much higher fixed costs, but lower variable costs. j) does not destroy or negatively impact historical or sensitive areas Like many religious people, they probably don’t have to deal with the consequences of institutionalizing their beliefs. Bus rapid transit (BRT), also called a busway or transitway, is a bus-based public transport system designed to improve capacity and reliability relative to a conventional bus system. the Bus Rapid Transit Project in Senegal A focus on transport infrastructure SUMMARY OF RESULTS. The problem is that a lot of people conflate the advantages of rail with the advantages of grade separation and spending enough money. 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In 2008, the city opened its first Bus-Rapid-Transit (BRT) line, a 3.6 mile corridor designed to move 12,000 passengers per hour heading one … “a pair of East River tubes with 15 TPH of spare capacity”, Pratt, presumably a legitimate source of thoughts about planning, says they are a substitute for subways, which is sort of what this blog post is about. Fifteen years ago in transit advocate circles, monorails filled the same role that BRT is filling now: a pie-in-the-sky cheap, reliable transit option. Unless somebody somewhere has the multiple billions or trillions of dollars to create a connected network of exclusive two lane only-bus-used highways/by-ways/sky-ways throughout the NYC, that: a) does not unfairly impact neighborhoods like urban renewal, �$ If you’re already dedicating segregated space for the buses, you might as well just build a streetcar line. Comparisons useful in that it tells you New York’s planning/construction process is unacceptably screwed up. (Buses are for older folks btw), I wouldn’t say they’re for old people so much as for when you have a) all the time in the world on your hands or b) no other choice (see also: eastern queens), center-running dedicated lanes with platform-level boarding. There are no active plans for subways on any of these routes, so these are simply proposed improvements to the transit network. However, the deep boring followed by expensive station excavation is. If BRT caused a land use change that increased ridership, it might be cost efficient to shift to light rail — if we don’t get hosed at $500 million a mile, or something. Bus rapid transit – aka Albuquerque Rapid Transit – would destroy Nob Hill/Route 66. Moses was certainly in the middle of one of those times when those factors were ripe. I had the same thought re the Rockaways. Finally, does the Rockaways need two SBS routes and a train line? BRT is not necessarily a third world solution; in Australia, it is used to funnel suburban routes into the core via higher-speed trunk routes, and this would suit many American cities’ low density suburbs well, or at least better than highway-median rapid transit would. A bus company operates a group of bus routes and gives us some information: – Where the routes begin and end. LRT and BRT are similar in many ways, but BRT tends to have more route flexibility. • Not “BRT” — RapidBus is not “bus rapid transit” … but even “BRT” would have problems • Lower ridership — nowhere nearly as attractive to public, resulting in much lower ridership • Minimal to no TOD — bus facilities have very little attraction to developers There’s even groups of folks trying to get all of these kinds of improvements taken away. "MARTA’s planned Summerhill Bus Rapid Transit project – a potential game-changer in metro Atlanta transit – is poised to take a major step forward with the hiring of a consultant to oversee final engineering and design," reports David Pendered. ST. PETERSBURG — The sky darkened Monday morning as transit supporters pulled masks across their faces and picked up teal shovels to break ground on the region’s first bus rapid transit line. Worse, the penny wise, pound foolish approach to funding BRT often destroys former rail RoW. Tanya Snyder asks that question in GGW and Streetsblog. There are a whole lot of factors – political, economic, cultural, (mass) psychological, technical, etc. I get there are some areas where BRT and LRT overlap, but it should be pretty straightforward that larger, higher-volume routes call for it and that buses are fairly inadequate for that. Bus Stop Spacing. Selected projects. When he needed clear access for trucks to and from his new Battery Tunnel in Brooklyn he took $10 million from the Bronx and widen 3rd Avenue to ten lanes. Why the hostility to Pratt and BRT? With a new deck being installed on the Bayonne Bridge, it wouldn’t take much to make a BRT route possible. BRT can be transformative, they say, while subway construction is just too complicated. In other words, it will most likely not be yet another option to Manhattan for Bayonne or JC residents – at least not without consent from NJT. No, that’s not the point. The part of Main St that is the busiest in Flushing is only four lanes wide, and hosts a large amount of bus traffic already. We have to preserve free or below-market-rate curbside parking at any costs, and it may be tough to overcome political obstacles. "Using road medians should not be a problem. There are two lines running between Tramway Boulevard, the Central and Unser Transit Center, and the Uptown Transit Center. Guided busways, although they’ve fallen out of vogue, are also able to manage tighter ROWs. Just by looking at the Pratt map, it’s clear that three of the proposed corridors can reuse either existing or new above-ground rail infrastructure: Staten Island North Shore, Staten Island to Bayonne (extend HBLR), and LGA-Woodhaven-Rockaway (Queensway or a new AirTrain). While I agree that construction costs are very high in NYC, no matter how much union-busting you do, digging a tunnel is always going to be hundreds of times more expensive than building an at-grade busway. It’s basically what off-peak commuter trains do. The reality is that for the majority of the city, full-fat BRT is not possible because of the lack of street space at existing transfer hubs. It would use snazzier, 60-foot-long buses that bend at the center and have low floors, three doors and technology to … AAA Mid-Atlantic’s Lon Anderson tells WTOP that he supports bus rapid transit where new bus-only lanes can be built, but opposes removing existing lanes because he thinks it … They can…in theory. x) does not require the use of a smart-phone, computer tablet or laptop computer to obtain schedules or travel direction information to navigate the system Operating rules . The Pierce Transit Board of Commissioners selected Stream as the name for Pierce County’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system. As it turns out, many of these proposed routes would require some form of grade separation anyways. ��d�Cyx&���;9;�;�8� ��ɘ�@?�pZ�X The full-funded extension of the N Train to Laguardia was killed due to local opposition. – The maximum number of vehicles available for the delivery of the service. I disagree that LRT does a better job of moving people, except if you’re looking at it in term of capacity per driver/operator, which I agree can be a very important factor in an expensive labor market, such as NYC. Not in the labor cost for bus operators, which is the main thing that matters here. BRT project risks. Madison's proposed $160 million Bus Rapid Transit system may run its special buses on dedicated center lanes with boarding stations on medians on some of the city's main thoroughfares. %%EOF In China, BRT schemes are being adopted as a key strategy for relieving traffic problems. This “BRT” is painfully (still) slow. – When the buses should run. This doesn’t mean that buses are serving whatever route they like willy-nilly; they can just be routed off the main trunk with less constraints than rail. It is expected to be proposed to the Cabinet for approval within this year and open for service in 2026. endstream endobj 598 0 obj <>stream Before planning mass construction of anything, that needs to be fixed. Bus and truck drivers, for example, create a multiplier effect in their wake when they drive aggressively. The loan will finance the construction of a Bus Rapid Transit ("BRT") corridor on two dedicated lanes, the acquisition of a new tram-bus fleet and the construction of a new depot (the "project") in Skopje. ��@$� And, not for nothing, but NYC builds BRT at about the rate some other places build subways. transit, bicycle parking facilities, bikesharing docks). In Indi­anapo­lis, transit riders who live and work along one of the city’s densest corridors will experience shorter wait times at the bus stop and more reliable trips between work and home thanks to the Red Line bus rapid transit (BRT) system. In fact, they need to stop at every designated stop that has waiting passengers. Last week, Cleveland celebrated the 10th anniversary of its famous Bus Rapid Transit line, the Healthline. Despite all the fuss about how these connect job centers, these will still primarily function as subway feeders, and the subways are effectively full at the river crossings. Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART, 智轨列车) ist ein gleis- und oberleitungsloses Bus-Rapid-Transit-System mit optisch spurgeführten Batteriebussen, das vom CRRC Zhuzhou Institute Co Ltd, einer Tochtergesellschaft der CRRC Corporation Limited, entwickelt und am 2.Juni 2017 in Zhuzhou in der Provinz Hunan vorgestellt wurde. Likewise if the bus is headed to SI, it will stop only to receive passengers in JC or Bayonne and only at major destinations. “By locating bus lanes offset from the curb, BRT preserves space for parking.”, “On most of the densely-built initial corridors, physical constraints were daunting, and pre-existing urban and economic activity were relatively high, reducing the increment of value that a more ambitious BRT model might have delivered. %PDF-1.6 %���� Lack of access from l ow -income neighborhoods (e.g., though feeder services). Für BRT gibt es keine Standardlösung. Rail can do this too; the TGV in France runs on “classic” lines at reduced speed to provide high-speed connections to locations unserved by high-speed rail. If there are any remotely coherent criterion for BRT, it’s this one: if they can just stop anywhere, it’s not BRT anymore. Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems are undergoing rapid development in many countries due to the unique characteristics of this form of mass transit. c`���H�1(% ] ����BX��E�^w:FŅ�I ��؀AP����L%0�cc`���@9{֟ '�18��1�20�NaJ��v��q�ZC����rnl���J*���e`�Ҍ@w� 7n� Things like light preemption would be much more useful to bettering bus service. The Baltimore branch of the transit union ATU thinks otherwise and since they are the ones who make transit run, one is inclined to listen to them as experts, even though the union lingo with Local and Amalgamated etc. In Ghana’s capital city Accra, Scania is rolling out the most comprehensive and complete Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in the company’s history. 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This, in my opinion, makes the Staten Island busways more acceptable than the rest; the fact that the North Shore busway would cost more to operate might be mitigated by the fact that Staten Island Railway doesn’t charge unless you’re heading to/from St. George. Many SI-Manhattan express buses ALREADY travel via the Goethals Bridge and NJ Turnpike/Holland Tunnel (again, so much for lack of jurisdiction). But “brt features” like offboard payment, level boarding, and signal priority will make a big difference. The 7 train lost its 10th Ave station. What about individuals that dislike buses and use subways instead. It’s preferable to not go off route. o) does not provide a less time-consuming method to get around the city that some will wonder why this has not been done before But proposing that LRT- or subway-ready routes just get BRT isn’t saving money. When Curitiba’s bus rapid transit stations were revamped in 1991, the futuristic glass-tube stops became a new symbol for the Brazilian city D r e w R e e d Tue 26 May 2015 07.48 EDT Comparing BRT construction prices in NYC to metro construction prices elsewhere isn’t that useful, since we’re talking about transit in NYC. �@���� PA�A $|T��APA�A $|T��APA�A $|T��a��dm:=gU�E��I�b��> @DZ�8�&|A�849�YiG�,�� �l���� �6�w� ��'�7� BRT isn’t being presented as the solution to low-frequency, empty bus routes (nor should it be). So now you’re increasing the land needs. And saying that the “majority” of SI-Manhattan bus travel occurs via the Gowanus doesn’t exclude new routes via New Jersey. first bus rapid transit in Brazil BRT was built in 1974 in the city of Curitiba by the then mayor, architect Jaime Lerner, and became the first BRT in the 60 of buses and 15 of automobile traffic circulating in the city centre. Far East Mobility’s team have planned, developed, implemented and/or provided technical supervision of BRT systems in cities worldwide, including a lead role on projects and plans in many major Asian cities. “BRT is a Third World solution that has little place in the US.”. Every time a think tank or urban policy center starts in on a bus rapid transit kick, I sigh dejectedly. It just means making one set of improvements, and then having to do it all over again. Stop spacing affects both access time and line-haul time, and therefore affects the demand for transit service. Others say Atlanta needs every available tool as it tries to solve its traffic problems. z) does not cost the taxpayer one single dime in more taxes, because increased taxes is bad. Nobody said boo. v) does not neglect the ability of riders to use electronic fare card or similar systems, while at the same time allowing in-frequent riders the ability to buy a ticket on the spot If you’re underwhelmed, join the club. However, the S89 doesn’t involve either dedicated lanes, special infrastructure, or any of the other goodies we’ve come to associate with BRT. The peninsula barely supports the services it currently has, and the route via Guy R Brewer should terminate at Green Acres Mall or JFK, not the Rockaways. IndyGo also has ordered another 18 buses for the Purple Line, which is the second phase of the city’s bus rapid-transit project. Ignoring these areas and just implementing BRT in the “easy” areas is pointless, since these short segments are where the majority of passengers will be embarking and disembarking from, and they weigh down average speed disporportionately. If they produce such great BRT, why should American BRT be considered the little sister of rail? endstream endobj 599 0 obj <>stream But no one wants to talk about how the Queens Blvd Line is the second most congested trunk in the city and there’s a pair of East River tubes with 15 TPH of spare capacity just lying around; it’s not like a proposal for a bypass that’s been sitting around since 1968 would take advantage of this capacity in a transit-starved boroughs. Kundan Meshram. If they want to do something courageous with buses, take lanes away from the BQE. "Using road medians should not be a problem. Ottawa in North America intended to do this, but then half-assed their downtown segment and put it in mixed traffic (which is why they’re building LRT now). w) does not over-burden riders with complicated street maps or visual graphic pollution – information that is not clear, straight-forward, and common-sense, but also in multiple langauges When Curitiba’s bus rapid transit stations were revamped in 1991, the futuristic glass-tube stops became a new symbol for the Brazilian city . These are pretty much the only set-in-stone advantages. Plus unfolded strollers. In addition, political will for subways is definitely not a given. There’s a map in the Pratt policy book that I think sums up the debate. It’s not always the solution, but it’s pretty fucked up that it doesn’t at least get considered. The braking distance for trains is on the order of 20 seconds. Thus, implementation of BRT is entirely restricted by institutionalism rather than by inherent conceptual problems. Also, taking drivers off fare collection duty would help local bus routes a lot. They’ve identified eight likely corridors for BRT and a litany of reasons why these routes are ripe for real BRT — not just Select Bus Service — and how BRT is really not that bad for people who drive. Bus rapid transit is an improvement over regular local bus service. Bus Rapid Transit Faces Delays, Higher Costs. p) does not increase traffic anywhere within the city limits, because increased traffic is bad ��3��.��ȫ��V��Ps釭��m�5�����s�Lպݱc�NZ���a��D�e?�0۝g�as^)yф�ֱ�?���&&J���V˶A�?���:u۝��3;�Q��n���~fQՕ荍ai��_{i�,߮��[�9��4�8�qBt'{ /l'������;0轈Ma�0���# ��j��{)m����A���h���ePOx�$�s��".���W� ���� There are already bus and subway networks that it can feed, and be fed by. Bus offers somewhat better capital cost (although this varies) and has a lot more flexibility. _|V���T���Z��·�o ^�ʧ�[ϣ�hԥ��aϧ��7����Ƀ�¸I�k��r�. That doesn’t mean outer borough extensions will be just as expensive. The notion of flexibility I’m referring to is the one that actually matters the most to the customer, because customers hate nothing more than a transfer (and this is factored into nearly every transit study, since it is known that people will spend more time in a single vehicle than using a transfer.). Last week the Star Tribune ran an article entitled “Metro Transit Temporarily Pulls Electric Buses from C Line Because of Problems with Chargers,” stating the eight electric buses on the newly-formed C Line would be taken out of service until defects with the charging mechanisms could be fixed. k) does not destroy one single parking space anywhere within the city limits September 3, 2018 Ishay Mor, Senior Algorithm Engineer. With practically every inch of NYC street space fought over, contested, congested, and with many competing interests, without a huge amount of funding to build mega-projects, and long time-tables for planning – it is truly a wonder at times that anything gets done, and that is also not criticized minutes after completion. Unlike a tram system working at capacity there is no surplus revenue from Millennium Transit fares sufficient to pay for major carriageway repairs every 20 years. Subways don’t replace surface transit, and surface transit doesn’t replace subways. Modern systems, including the highest-capacity in the world Guangzhou open-BRT (as opposed to closed-BRT, which operates like a standard rail line) have sheltered platforms and level boarding, and sometimes even have cross-platform transfer and turnstiles. Sorry, I misspoke: they’re considering building a subway, not light rail (link). SAS costs several times what it should. As to when the stars will once again align for transit (which has had ifs own boom and bust cycles as well), who knows. All Answers (4) 2nd Feb, 2016. The better solution, then, is SBS to Bayonne or to the Journal Square Transit Center. Buses have significantly better braking performance and really only need to follow the “one-car length” rule. Das Industriedesign wurde von IFS DESIGN in Berlin entworfen. North Shore could be built into light rail for about what it would cost to turn it into a BRT, maybe less, and we’d be better off it. And I think you have the cost tradeoff kinda wrong. Neglect of existing bus routes. security problems before they happen may also be appropriate for service control staff who are also overseeing closed-circuit monitoring systems. All buses should, at a minimum, have POP collection and signal preemption. It’s not a reason to automatically railstitute everything, but it’s also fair to say that “route flexibility” better be very important before you start considering buses as an alternative. You just need the equipment available. In fact, this is the exact reason why Merrick Blvd SBS was abandoned during the Phase I SBS implementation; it was discovered that simple traffic reconfiguration in Jamaica (shifting bus lanes and stops) would’ve had much more benefit than full-fat SBS treatment on all of the corridor outside of Jamaica. The area won’t suffer any drawbacks if residents of Bayonne and Jersey City have another option to get to Manhattan. ��{f�f��Q��333���D�:e�m*�^ڹ�3L�t����lŰ�ً$�f�m]�$�� Construction was completed in the summer of 2013 with service beginning in the fall. Forget subway construction because the MTA has shown us all how it’s not to be done. I think it’s fair to say no mode neatly substitutes for another. I’m very confused by the Pratt Institute’s assertion that Main Street is suitable for full-fat BRT. e) does not skirt the places where the riders actually want to go, implemented 4,200 kilometers of bus rapid transit or high-quality bus corridors which carry nearly 30 million daily passenger trips (BRTdata.org 2013). Cite. That’s true, and New York needs some intense focus on overcoming Community Board opposition to anything that restructures street space.
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