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  1. Public Transit in Mexico Leon, Guanajuato MX ______________________________________________ OPTIBUS Leon was the first city in Mexico to create a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system. Optibus is nicknamed "La Oruga" by locals because the articulated buses look like big green Caterpillars. This is one of their newest buses.
  2. Hello to all trolley bus enthusiasts, I have some Q's that needs A's, and I'll apologize in advance if this thread already exists. 1. What is the average age of these buses in a TA? 2. What is the FTA recommend age of the buses? 3. How much is the cost in setting up the infrastructure of the trolley bus? 4. Apart from SEPTA, MBTA, SF MUNI, Europe & Translink, who else has them? 5. Apart from the ETS, who used to have this kind of service? Any Responses to these questions would be very helpful.
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