‘Efficacy Is an Overrated Measure of Transit Coverage’

What are you supposed to do when approaching a bus lane that isn’t marked with a “Bus Lane” sign? Bus lanes are typically marked by a large bus-only lane in front of buildings, with signs prohibiting vehicle entry or parking, not bus travel lanes that allow the vehicle to travel just a few feet or meters. In some cities, buses are only allowed to operate in the bus lane as long as buses are not exceeding 55 MPH.

I understand the goal of many cities is to protect and promote increased transit and promote greater use of the bus system. But I do not believe it is a smart approach. It is probably not even feasible.

In Orlando, for example, some city traffic officers are enforcing a 50 MPH rule. That is not fast enough to allow a bus to travel from one end of the city to the other. Instead of providing bus lanes in front of building a curb curb curb curb and putting up signs that say “Bus Lane”, the city should instead be following the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) standards for bus-only lanes.

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