Buses

Bus network redesigns are the hottest trend in public transit

Bus network redesigns are the hottest trend in public transit

It’s been just a handful of months since Edmonton announced it would be redesigning its entire bus network, but it’s far from the only city in recent history to undergo such a procedure. In the US, Houston, Columbus, Indianapolis, Baltimore and New York are all either beginning to, or already have, rethought much of their networks.

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The United Kingdom's deregulated bus system and why it's a big flop, explained

The United Kingdom's deregulated bus system and why it's a big flop, explained

Buses in the UK are the most commonly used mode of public transportation, with 4.44 billion trips being made in England in the 2016/2017 reporting period ending in March, with journeys inside London accounting for half the country’s total. Local bus services across the Great Britain β€” made up of England, Wales and Scotland β€” accounted for 59.2 percent of all public transportation trips, compared to only 20.7 percent for the National Rail network.

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