In cities across the world, Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) helps people get around reliably and quickly by adding train-like elements to bus service. After piloting elements of BRT on Jeffery Boulevard, full-scale BRT is coming to Chicago's Loop in 2015. An east-west route will connect Union Station to Michigan Avenue, making it easier and faster to get around downtown.
Features and route See how Central Loop BRT works and where it will run Click for PDF brochure.
Updates Learn more about Central Loop BRT and get the latest news Click for Chicago Department of Transportation site.
BRT around Chicago See how BRT can bring rapid, reliable transit service to Chicago's neighborhoods Click for Metropolitan Planning Council site.