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The BRTData gathers information on Bus Rapid Transit – BRT and bus priority systems in cities around the world. The platform is source of research for academics, journalists, students and municipal technicians, as well as provides technical background for decision making regarding public transport.

The data presented contemplate full BRT systems (dedicated bus lanes, unique brand, platform-level boarding, pre-board fare collection, and real time user information) and priority bus systems: cities with dedicated bus lanes, bus without some of the elements of a BRT. The website allows the user to know the systems and corridors of each city, compare indicators and generate graphs.

The BRTData was developed by Across Latitudes and Cultures – Bus Rapid Transit (ALC-BRT), a center of excellence (CoE) in BRT, and by WRI, with collaboration of the Latin American Association of Integrated Transport Systems and BRT (SIBRT) and the International Energy Agency (IEA). The platform is monthly updated with reliable data and verified by WRI Brasil Sustainable Cities.

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Oakland, United States - san pablo rapid

 

Oakland has 400,740 inhabitants. 16% of total trips are made by public transport, as showed in the graph below.

 

MODAL SPLIT - OAKLAND

The city has started the system in 2003 and now counts with 1 bus priority corridors consisting of 23 kilometers and benefiting 13,000 passengers every day.

 

SYSTEM LENGTH IN RELATION TO United States

 

DAILY DEMAND IN RELATION TO United States

Some technical details about corridors are presented in the table below.

 

 

Corridor NameDaily demand, corridor (passengers per day)Corridor length (km)Stations, corridorPre-board fare collection, corridorOvertaking lanes, corridorStation boarding level, corridorOperating speed, corridor
San Pablo Rapid 13,000 23,80 52

Curiosities

SYSTEM Indicators

Indicator Value Date Source
GDP per capita (US$) (General info) 55,837 2015 databank.worldbank.org
Population, city (General info) 400,740 2012 quickfacts.census.gov
Population, metro area (General info) 3,738,000 2011 esa.un.org
Population density, metropolitan area (General info) 2,475 2010 esa.un.org
Modal split % public transport (General info) 16 2009, the data refers to San Francisco Metropolitan Area www.thetransportpolitic.com
Modal split % private transport (General info) 78 2009, the data refers to San Francisco Metropolitan Area www.thetransportpolitic.com
Modal split % non motorized (General info) 6 2009, the data refers to San Francisco Metropolitan Area www.thetransportpolitic.com
System name (System info) San Pablo Rapid
Corridors (System info) 1 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA
Year system commenced (System info) 2003 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Transit agency (System info)
Standard fare (US$) (System info) 2,10 2014 www.actransit.org
Annual fare revenue (US$ millions) (System info) 5,73 Calculated using annual demand and fare
Fare integration within the system (System info)
Citywide fare integration (other modes) (System info)
Integration terminals (System info)
Transfer stations (System info)
Peak load (passengers per hour per direction) (System info)
Daily demand (passengers per day) (System info) 13,000 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Annual demand (passengers per year) (System info) 3,900,000 2009 Calculated using daily demand and 300 working days
Capital productivity (boardings per bus per day) (System info)
Operational productivity (IPK) (System info)
Operations control center (System info)
Trunk lines (System info)
Feeder routes (System info)
Depots (System info)
System length (km) (Additional Information) 23,80 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Position of with-flow lanes (Additional Information)
Position of counterflow lanes (Additional Information)
Position of bus doors (Additional Information)
Lane material on running ways (Additional Information) Asphalt 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Lane material at stations (Additional Information) Asphalt 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Stations (Additional Information) 52 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA
Station spacing (m) (Additional Information) 901,0 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Pre-board fare collection (Additional Information)
Overtaking lanes (Additional Information)
Station boarding level (Additional Information)
Real time information (Additional Information)
Peak frequency (buses per hour) (Additional Information) 12 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Operating speed (Additional Information)
Total fleet (System fleet) 26 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Fleet, standard buses (System fleet)
Average age, standard buses (System fleet)
Propulsion, standard buses (System fleet)
Fuel type, standard buses (System fleet)
Fuel economy, standard buses (System fleet)
Fleet, articulated buses (System fleet)
Average age, articulated buses (System fleet)
Propulsion, articulated buses (System fleet)
Fuel type, articulated buses (System fleet)
Fuel economy, articulated buses (System fleet)
Fleet, bi-articulated buses (System fleet)
Average age, bi-articulated buses (System fleet)
Propulsion, bi-articulated buses (System fleet)
Fuel type, bi-articulated buses (System fleet)
Fuel economy, bi-articulated buses (System fleet)
Fleet, double-decker buses (System fleet)
Average age, double-decker buses (System fleet)
Propulsion, double-decker buses (System fleet)
Fuel type, double-decker buses (System fleet)
Fuel economy, double-decker buses (System fleet)
Typical fuel type (System fleet) Diesel 2004 Federal Transit Administration
City's diesel sulfur content (ppm) (System fleet) S15 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Total cost per kilometer (US$ million per km) (System cost)
Planning cost (US$ million) (System cost)
Capital cost per kilometer (US$ million per km) (System cost)
Infrastructure cost per kilometer (US$ million per km) (System cost)
Equipment cost (US$ million) (System cost)
Annual operational cost (US$ million) (System cost)
User rating (System image)
Brand and logo (System image)
Unique bus livery (System image)
Citywide annual road fatalities (System road safety)
Citywide annual injuries (System road safety)

CORRIDOR Indicators - San Pablo Rapid

Indicator Value Date Source
Corridor Name (Corridor info) San Pablo Rapid Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Year corridor commenced (Corridor info) 2003 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Corridor service (Corridor info)
Peak load, corridor (passengers per hour per direction) (Corridor info)
Daily demand, corridor (passengers per day) (Corridor info) 13,000 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Trunk lines, corridor (Corridor info)
Corridor length (km) (Running ways) 23,80 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Length of segregated lanes, corridor (km) (Running ways) 0,00 2017 Google Earth
Length of segregated counterflow lanes, corridor (km) (Running ways) 0,00 2017 Google Earth
Length of exclusive lanes, corridor (km) (Running ways) 0,00 2017 Google Earth
Mixed traffic with-flow length, corridor (km) (Running ways) 23,80 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Position of with-flow lanes, corridor (Running ways) Curbside 2017 Google Earth
Position of counterflow lanes, corridor (Running ways)
Position of bus doors, corridor (Running ways)
Lane material on running ways, corridor (Running ways) Asphalt 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Lane material at stations, corridor (Running ways) Asphalt 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Grade-separated intersections, corridor (Traffic engineering)
Fixed signal priority (Traffic engineering)
Dynamic signal priority (Traffic engineering)
Stations, corridor (Stations) 52 2009 Diaz R. (editor) Hinebaugh D. (director) , Characteristics of Bus Rapid Transit for Decision-Making (CBRT), FTA, February 2009
Station spacing, corridor (m) (Stations)
Enhanced stations (Stations)
Pre-board fare collection, corridor (Stations)
Overtaking lanes, corridor (Stations)
Station boarding level, corridor (Stations)
Type of bus guidance (ITS)
Peak frequency, corridor (buses per hour per direction) (Travel time) 12 2004 Federal Transit Administration
Operating speed, corridor (Travel time)
Express services (Travel time)
Speed limit (km/h) (Travel time)
Real time information, corridor (Comfort)
Physically integrated feeders (Comfort)
Total cost per kilometer, corridor (US$ million per km) (Cost)
Planning cost, corridor (US$ million) (Cost)
Infrastructure cost per kilometer, corridor (US$ million per km) (Cost)
User rating, corridor (Quality of service)
Corridor annual fatalities (Road Safety)

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