Area could benefit from more bus rapid transit, report says

June 24, 2015 - Less than a minute read

Imagine a bus that sails past cars stalled in gridlock during rush hour.

A group of mass transit specialists and community activists convened by the Barr Foundation want that to be a reality for Greater Boston.

According to a recent study from the group, Boston should push for a bus system with more exclusive bus lanes separated from mainstream traffic, prepaid fare collection, and enclosed stations.

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