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快速公交(BRT)旨在提供媲美地铁的服务水平和运行速度,它使用的不是固定的轨道列车,而是公交车。BRT系统尤其适合快速发展的城市,因为它的建设和运营费用只是地铁系统的1/10,并且建造速度更快。 

在世界范围内,广州BRT拥有以下突出特点:

  在国内,广州BRT具有以下显着特点:

Bus Rapid Transit or BRT aims to provide a subway-like level of service and speed, but using buses rather than fixed rail trains. BRT systems are especially appealing to cities which are rapidly growing, because they are more than 10 times cheaper than subway systems to build and operate, and can be built much faster.

Worldwide, the Guangzhou BRT includes the following notable features:
- the first high capacity 'direct-service' BRT system, in which BRT buses can enter and leave the BRT corridor
- the first BRT system to include direct physical connections between BRT stations and metro stations
- the world's longest BRT stations, with Bogota and Lima
- the world's largest passenger boardings at regular BRT stations.

Within China, the Guangzhou BRT includes the following notable features:
- the first BRT system to include bike parking as well as bike sharing/public bikes in the station design
- the first BRT system with more than one bus operator
- peak passenger demand more than 3 times larger than any other BRT system in Asia.


Junjing Huayuan, 2008.11.30


师大暨大,2010.2.10


Shipaqiao, 2010.2.10


Tianlang Mingju, 2010.10


Shipaqiao, 2010.2.10


Shipaqiao, 2010.2.10


Tianlang Mingju, 2010.10


Dongpu, 2010.10


岗顶,2010.2.10


棠下村,2010.2.10


棠下,2010.2.10


岗顶,2010.2.10


石牌桥,2010.2.10


体育中心,2010.10


Xueyuan, 2010.10


Huajing Xincheng,2010.11


Huangcun, 2009.7


Huangcun, 2009.8


Tangxia & Tangdong, 2010.1.12



2010.2.11, Shidajida - with Gangding, the world's largest BRT stations



石牌桥,2010.2.10


Shipaiqiao 2010.1.29


Zhucun, 2010.1.18


棠下,2010.2.10


棠下,2010.2.10


东圃,2010.2.23


华景新城,2010.2.23


车陂,2010.2.23


Xiasha, 2010.2.25


Lianxi, 2010.2.25


A queue of BRT buses at the intersection of Tianfu Lu and Zhongshan Avenue. Several operational problems still need to be addressed, especially during the morning peak hour. Oversaturation of some key stations and delays at some key intersections often result in relatively slow peak hour bus speeds. The key solutions are to take some routes outside the BRT system (operating in mixed traffic along the BRT corridor), and to modify the routes to reduce the large number of unnecessary transfers, especially at the first and last stations.


Gangding, 2010.3.2


Gangding, 2010.3.2


Huajing Xincheng, 2010.2.28


Overcrowded BRT bus at Shidajida BRT station, 2010.2.26


Shidajida BRT station, 2010.2.26


Tiyu Zhongxin BRT station, 2010.2.18