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Steve Dudley

Freelance reporter in Oakland, California

Steve Dudley appears in the following:

Get On The Bus, Gus: Bus Rapid Transit Takes Hold

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

With shrinking budgets and expanding populations, cities across the globe are desperate for cheap mass transit. From Johannesburg to Jakarta to Cleveland, city governments are choosing Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)โ€” a bus system that acts like a train but with no tracks or rails. The Takeaway talks to freelance reporter Steven Dudley, who explored the successful BRT system in Bogota, Colombia, and to Dan Moulthrop, reporter for WCPN, Cleveland Public Radio, where the city has been making the transition to a Bus Rapid Transit system.

To see the buses in action, watch the film below:

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Lessons of Urban Transit from Bogota

Thursday, May 21, 2009

New York City's transit system faces two almost-certain realities. Its ridership will swell, and it will continue to struggle financially. But planners are hoping to bring a new type of transit to the city, Bus Rapid Transit, or BRT.

More than an express route, BRT is ...

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