How it works
- High-capacity, accessible buses run in transit-only lanes.
- Smart traffic signals monitor traffic flow in real time, making adjustments to ease traffic congestion.
- Rapid transit and local buses work together to increase service hours.
- Highly visible crosswalks make pedestrian crossings safer.
- Emergency Service vehicles can use dedicated lanes to reach destinations faster.
- Bike lanes and multi-use paths connect with stops wherever possible.
- Streetscapes along rapid transit routes are beautified with trees and greenery.
- Stops have enclosed shelters, real-time bus info and fare payment equipment.
- London’s rapid transit projects cover necessary road upgrades and resurfacing along some of London’s busiest roads.
Where will rapid transit go?
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