BRT and Bus Priority Schemes

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  • Training
27/11/2017
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29/11/2017
United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai

About: 

Bus service is an integral part of the public transport backbone and may in many cities be the highest form of mass transit. Bus service not only act as feeder function for accessing higher order public transport (metro, LRT, etc.) but can offer the flexibility, capacity, and reliability needed in an urban environment if designed and operated carefully.

However, buses have to share the road with other traffic, and with continued urbanization and motorization, buses are also getting stuck in traffic- negatively impacting operational efficiency and level of service. As a result, there are a number of measures that can provide more priority to buses (which carry many more people than a private car) on the road, at junctions, etc. Bus priority schemes range from special treatments at junctions, dedicated bus lanes, bus only areas, to full Bus Rapid Transit.

Programme: 

1.     Efficiency of bus operations

a.    Bus operational plan

b.    Fleet requirements

c.    Commercial speed

 

2.     Bus priority schemes

a.    Junction priority

b.    Bus stop priority

c.    Special bus lanes

d.    Continuous bus lanes

3.     Bus Rapid Transit

a.    Overview of BRT parameters and components

b.    BRT service configuration

c.    BRT operational schemes

d.    From planning to implementation – lessons learned

Registration: 

Participation Fees

 

Until 27/10/2017

After 28/10/2017

Member

1130 €

1510 €

Member « developing nations »*

830 €

1100 €

Non-member

1530 €

2040 €

Non-member « developing nations »*

1030 €

1380 €

Group UITP Member (4 or +)

1060 €

Group UITP Member (4 or +) « developing nations »*

780 €

Group UITP non Member (4 or +)

1430 €

Group UITP non Member (4 or +) « developing nations »*

955 €

* Participants from developing nations benefit from a special discount. Check here the list of eligible countries.

To register a group of 4 persons of more from the same organisation, please contact us: dure.shewar@uitp.org

Participation fees include:

  • Training instruction
  • Lunches and coffee breaks
  • All training documents: Binder including all presentations and supporting documents; Access to all training material via UITP's electronic library Mobi+ (after the training)

Groups generally consist of 25 participants and are limited to 30 in order to increase the learning experience and interaction during the programme. Places allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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