Monterrey, Mexico opens first BRT corridor

8th February 2014 Nick Michell

Monterrey in Mexico has formally opened its first bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor. The new Ecovía BRT is a 30.1 kilometre corridor connecting Monterrey, San Nicolás and Guadalupe, and is expected to move nearly 160,000 passengers daily. With the new system, Monterrey becomes the sixth city in Mexico to adopt BRT, bringing the country’s total up to 248.5 kilometres.

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