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busway

[′bəs,wā]
(electricity)
A prefabricated assembly of standard lengths of busbars rigidly supported by solid insulation and enclosed in a sheet-metal housing.

bus

1. A busbar.
2. A heavy, rigid electrical conductor that serves as a common connection between the source of electric power and the load circuits.

bus duct, busway

A prefabricated conduit which is used to enclose and protect bus running through it.
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The Bus Rapid Transit Policy Center in Washington, D.
A high speed Bus Rapid Transit system will be developed in New York City in all five boroughs along major transit corridors that lack subway service.
The bus rapid transit (BRT) would use a fixed path, perhaps a reserved highway lane.
Federal grants are available for Bus Rapid Transit projects, primarily through the Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) New Starts program.
As a Sub-Consultant, Iteris to Design and Deploy Traffic Signal Synchronization Plans, Design a Transit Signal Priority System, and Oversee the Deployment of a Real-Time Transit Passenger Information System for the Orange County Bus Rapid Transit Corridors --
PESHAWAR -- The Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak Thursday presided over a meeting and reviewed progress on the Bus Rapid Transit Project and directed for accelerating work on the project.
The minister said that after the completion of Bus Rapid Transit System projects citizens will take advantage of low-priced fares and speedy transportation to move their destinations.
KARACHI -- Apart from the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) projects, several schemes are under way to elevate the transportation system in the province.
He was presiding over a meeting on the Bus Rapid Transit at Chief Minister Secretariat here on Thursday The meeting was also attended by Special Assistant to chief Minister of Transport Shad Mohammad, MPA Shaukat Yousafzai, Administrative Secretaries, Commissioner Peshawar and other relevant officials.
Ober added that the city will use them "as sort of a test run for a BRT bus rapid transit program in the future.
The emergence of a bus rapid transit system in the Eugene-Springfield area has been painfully slow - and maybe it has been painful because it has been slow.
The national government and the World Bank (WB) sealed the financial package for the Cebu Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.