Bus Rapid Transit, or BRT, is a high-quality bus-based transit system that delivers fast, comfortable, and cost-effective services via dedicated lanes and frequent operations. While BRT often looks different in each area it's implemented, it generally contains features similar to a light rail or metro system and is therefore more reliable, convenient, and faster than regular bus services. With the right features, BRT can avoid the causes of delay that typically slow regular bus services, such as frequent stops, traffic delays, and fare payment delays.


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61D - Murray        

71A - Negley        

71C - Point Breeze        

71D - Hamilton        

P3 - East Busway-Oakland        

Minor service changes        

Additional Information        


On January 11, 2023, PRT held an information session for the BRT project. The presentation and a recording of that session can be found below.

BRT Information Session Presentation January 11, 2023 (PDF)

Bus routes 54 and 93 are proposed to move outbound through Oakland on Forbes Avenue and turn left onto S CRAIG STREET before continuing outbound on Fifth Avenue. The information presented during the meeting included incorrect information. It has been corrected on the presentation linked above.