Bus Rapid Transit & Managed Lanes: Low-Cost, High-Quality Transportation Solutions for the 21st Century

To make transit more effective, policymakers must do more than simply switch from radial to grid networks, however. First, they must abandon the false dichotomy that dominates most contemporary debates about surface transportation, and says you can have either better transit or highway improvements, but not both. This is misguided: there is a coherent policy approach available to legislators and officials that would improve both the highway network and the transit network—and cost less than traditional improvements to only one of them.

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