BRTPlan was contracted by SSH in Iceland to assist the government in preparing the conceptual design of the Borgarlína BRT, ensuring the highest-quality BRT for Reykjavík and surrounding communities. We also worked with Straeto, the regional bus operator to integrate their planned bus network redesign with the planned Borgarlína corridors.
BRTPlan was brought in by the City of Kirkland to lead the conceptual design of two BRT corridors with the aim of including them in the Sound Transit 3 (ST3) package. We developed a shared bike-BRT-only corridor, as well as a design for full BRT into Downtown Kirkland. We also redesigned the bus network to make best use of the new BRT corridors.
BRTPlan was brought in by Swedfund, in cooperation with Ramboll Sweden, to develop a modern, model bus company in Yangon. We analyzed the existing bus companies and developed a business model to bring 1-2 of them under government contract to ensure greater quality-of-service. We built service plans and financial models to ensure the financial sustainability of the companies.
On behalf of UN-Habitat, BRTPlan developed a pre-feasibility plan for BRT in Bogor. We undertook a corridor selection, developed a Third-Generation BRT service plan around the corridors, and laid out the process for transitioning the informal Angkot bus operators into operators of the new BRT system.
BRTPlan is managing the conceptual design, business and operational planning for the Vientiane Sustainable Urban Transportation Project (VSUTP) on behalf of the European Investment Bank and the Asian Development Bank. The project includes a BRT as its centerpiece, with additional components for on- and off-street parking management, e-pedicab procurement and operations, and NMT connections.
BRTPlan was brought into the Amman BRT planning process as part of the transaction advisory team, led by Rebel Group. Our role was to optimize the service plan, making it a state-of-the-art Third Generation BRT. We are also playing a role in the development of the business model and tendering of BRT operations.
BRTPlan advised Ulaanbaatar how best to integrate their small private bus operators and the public operator into a BRT system, proposing a structure for operating contracts that balance investment opportunities with the public interest.
BRTPlan developed a new set of business parameters for the second phase of Cape Town's MyCiti BRT which included basic approaches to service planning and contract structures that will govern the roll-out of Phase II in the coming years. We also performed a capacity analysis for one BRT station in the city centre which experiences high bus and passenger volumes.
BRTPlan was retained by GIZ to assist CDR in supervising their consulting engineers in the preparation of the feasibiliity study for a BRT corridor in Southern Beirut.
BRTPlan was brought in by ITDP Indonesia to help with service planning, corridor selection and industry transition on behalf of the ADB. We also helped with the communications strategy and are once again working in Peshawar on the next phase of TransPeshawar.
BRTPlan was hired by ITDP China for the Asian Development Bank to prepare a citywide business plan for the upcoming BRT system. We looked at which elements of the system should be contracted out and developed a transition plan for bringing the jeepney operators into the operations of the BRT system.
BRTPlan was hired by first WRI and then the World Bank to oversee a restructuring of the SITP bus routes to better integrate with theTransMilenio BRT system.
BRTPlan was brought in by the KfW Development Bank to review the Durban BRT to prepare loan preparation documentation, including an economic and financial analysis of the proposed BRT network in Durban, South Africa.
BRTPlan served as a "critical friend" on behalf of Transport for West Midlands, to review the design of the "Sprint" BRT system. We proposed a handful of site-specific design changes, as well as a detailed integration between the BRT and local bus routes.
BRTPlan reviewed the proposed BaltimoreLink bus network redesign on behalf of the Amalgamated Transit Union and proposed changes that would better serve Baltimoreans. We also conceptualized BRT infrastructure in Baltimore for what ultimately became "A People's Alternative to BaltimoreLink"
BRTPlan is working with Citi Bike to develop an integration concept within the New York City transit network in order to give both systems' users freedom and flexibility.
BRTPlan has been working in Tbilisi, Georgia on behalf of the Asian Development Bank since 2018 on a variety of initiatives, including performing an economic and financial analysis for a major electric bus procurement, overseeing development of Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan, and developing dedicated bus facilities on a new bridge.