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Plans for the future of bus service on Central Avenue, the city's busiest bus corridor.

BRT Rendering Courtesy of InfraConsult LLC

ABQ RIDE Central Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Concept

The City of Albuquerque is considering the implementation of Bus Rapid Transit in the Central Avenue Corridor from 98th Street to Tramway Boulevard, to enhance east to west transit infrastructure and to support economic development. In 2012, the City Transit Department (ABQ RIDE) began an Alternatives Analysis study as the first step in determining the operational and financial feasibility of such a BRT system. As part of that process an initial set of six public meetings were held in November and December. The Alternatives Analysis is scheduled to be complete by early fall of 2013.

Learn more:  http://www.cabq.gov/transit/programs-and-projects/bus-rapid-transit-brt

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Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)

Plans for the future of bus service on Central Avenue, the city's busiest bus corridor.

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