What's Left of BRT? 

Bus Rapid Transit won't be coming to Berkeley and will only extend a short distance into San Leandro. Even in Oakland, it may face a tough road.

Bus Rapid Transit — the ambitious, three-city project that AC Transit once hoped would create a light-rail-like bus line through the core transit corridor of the inner East Bay — is still on the agency's drawing board, but in a decidedly compressed…

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