Assessing corridor performance (book chapter)

Author: Herrera, J.C., Muñoz, J.C., Hensher, D., Mulley, C., Li, Z. and Lindau, L.A. (2016)

Journal: In J.C. Muñoz and L. Paget-Seekins (eds.), Restructuring Public Transport through Bus Rapid Transit: An International and Interdisciplinary Perspective, 299-316. Policy Press, Bristol.


Book Summary
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) is commonly discussed as an affordable way for cities to build sustainable rapid transport infrastructure. This book is the first to offer an in-depth analysis of BRT, examining the opportunities it presents along with the significant challenges cities face in its implementation.

A wide range of contributors bring expertise in fields ranging from engineering, planning and public policy to economics and urban design from both developed and developing countries, to provide a big picture assessment of BRT as part of a process for restructuring transit systems. Academically rigorous, based on 5 years of research conducted by the BRT Centre of Excellence, the book is written in an accessible style making it a valuable resource for academic researchers and postgraduate students as well as policy makers and practitioners.