Land Value Impacts of Bus Rapid Transit

The Case of Bogotá’s TransMilenio

During the last decade, bus rapid transit (BRT) has revolutionized regional transportation planning in much of the developing and developed world. BRT went from being a fringe transportation option used in a handful of Brazilian and Australian cities to becoming a prominent mass transportation alternative for local and national governments.

Arguably the BRT concept with highest recognition is the provision of an exclusive right-of-way for bus transit coupled with high-frequency service. In South America, BRT systems in Curitiba, Brazil, and Bogotá, Colombia, feature networks of dedicated lanes designated for exclusive use by large-capacity, articulated buses, with expedited boarding and alighting.

Transporte Rápido por Onibus, Economia, Infraestrutura, Monitoramento do Mercado Fundiário, Valor da Terra, Governo Local, Políticas Públicas, Transporte, Desenvolvimento Urbano

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