BRT is a high profile rapid transit mode that combines the speed, image and permanence of light rail with the cost and flexibility of bus. BRTuk seeks to raise the profile of, and develop a centre of excellence in, bus rapid transit.
BRTuk does not seek to promote bus-based rapid transit above all other modes. BRTuk seeks to enhance understanding of bus rapid transit and what it can do, and allow a fair and informed comparison against other modes.
This website explains the objectives of BRTuk, provides details of membership together
with a membership application form and gives links to other websites relevant to BRT.
The website also provides a members-only area giving data sources
to assist promoters and operators of BRT systems.
For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As presented at the BRTuk Annual Conference in 2012, Cambridgeshire County Council and Atkins have jointly funded research examining the usage of the Busway. This research, based on more than 800 user interviews, shows that the Busway has been very successful in delivering improved access to work and education, mode transfer from car and increased bus usage by higher income groups. More details can be found in the full report which can be downloaded here.
The 2012/13 BRTuk Handbook is available for download from our Documents section here.
This will be held on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th September in Luton, commencing Monday afternoon with a presentation on the Luton Dunstable Busway project and a study tour of the scheme. This will be followed by the conference dinner, with the main conference session on the Tuesday concluding during the afternoon. Please click here for further details.
last modified 9/08/2013