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#trams – ce que les Américains peuvent apprendre des français #urbanisme [en anglais] http://www.citylab.com/commute/2014/10/what-france-can-teach-us-cities-about-transit-design/381742 …

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#trams – ce que les Américains peuvent apprendre des français #urbanisme [en anglais] http://www.citylab.com/commute/2014/10/what-france-can-teach-us-cities-about-transit-design/381742 …

The Phoenix, Arizona light rail system runs for 20 miles through Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa, servicing 33 stations. It opened in 2008 and cost $1.4 billion to build, and in 2014 it reached its 2020 ridership goal of 48,000 people a day, roughly 22,000 more than expected. Proponents say the rail has generated about $7 billion in economic investment. Click image for details and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/boards/

Phoenix leaders on Tuesday announced they have formed a citizen committee to draft light-rail expansions and street and bus improvements

The Janskerkhof in Utrecht has a car lane, a bus lane, and bikes on barely-raised tracks. Click image to share via Twitter or to link to full story via Bicycle Dutch. Visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

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The Janskerkhof in Utrecht has a car lane, a bus lane, and bikes on barely-raised tracks. Click image to share via Twitter or to link to full story via Bicycle Dutch. Visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

Urban Transport Photo Library Selection  Utrecht BRT

Urban Transport Photo Library Selection Utrecht BRT

http://urbanist.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83454714d69e20133f23565f8970b-800wi  What about smaller streets? Surely when you just have two lanes of traffic, you’d never take one of them — half of the entire capacity of the street — for a bus lane, would you? Of course you would. Have a look at Rue du Faubourg St. Denis, climbing the gentle grade from Les Halles to Gare du Nord.

http://urbanist.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83454714d69e20133f23565f8970b-800wi What about smaller streets? Surely when you just have two lanes of traffic, you’d never take one of them — half of the entire capacity of the street — for a bus lane, would you? Of course you would. Have a look at Rue du Faubourg St. Denis, climbing the gentle grade from Les Halles to Gare du Nord.

Tram in Munich

Tram in Munich

Eroshima Rail

Eroshima Rail

http://nacto.org/usdg/street-design-elements/transit-streets/dedicated-curbside-offset-bus-lanes/  Church Street, south of Market in San Francsico. Photo by the author.

Dedicated Curbside/Offset Bus Lanes - National Association of City Transportation Officials

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