Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)
Answers to your transportation challenges

1. A BRT system consists of one or more trunk lines (main axes) on which the vehicles travel in a high cycle frequency and which are fed by several feeder lines from all areas of the city.
2. Dedicated bus lanes separated from the rest of traffic and convenient, safe boarding at platform stations guarantee fast and smooth transport.
3. Depending on the transportation needs, vehicles with different transport capacity can be used in the necessary cycle frequency. Avoiding unnecessary empty runs makes another key contribution to protecting the environment.
4. Tickets are purchased and checked outside the vehicle (known as pre-boarding ticketing), which leads to shorter passenger handling times.
5. Intelligent computer-controlled traffic management systems allows flexible control over the entire system.