Via Urban City Architecture, I see that Broward County in south Florida is getting a new bus rapid transit line.  The proposed route is along an interstate, so assuming the buses get their own lane, they should actually be able to move at a reasonable pace.

But notice the downsides of surface level transit here, whether it’s BRT or light rail.  It’ll be rapid transit only because it’s running along a route with no pedestrians and no cyclists.

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