Cities with Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in the USA

Name the cities in the USA with a Bus Rapid Transit System (BRT)
Words in parenthesis () are individual services for the city
Systems with hyphens - are under construction or ridership numbers are not confirmed
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Last updated: September 16, 2019
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Daily Ridership
City
5.02 M
New York
387,815
Boston
339,300
Denver
264,347
Minneapolis
250,000
Miami
239,400
Honolulu
185,753
Dallas
178,851
Oakland
151,000
Milwaukee
142,100
San Jose
83,000
Orlando
66,360
Seattle (Sound Transit Express)
60,000
Kansas City
58,900
Albany
53,147
Cincinatti
36,000
Seattle (SODO Busway)
26,791
Reno
25,600
Pittsburgh (South Busway)
24,857
Los Angeles (Orange Line)
16,000
Los Angeles (El Monte Busway)
15,750 (projected)
Albuquerque
15,600
Austin
14,367
Cleveland
14,363 (not confirmed)
Bellingham
10,046
Hartford
Daily Ridership
City
9,000
Las Vegas
4,680
Fort Collins
4,443 (not confirmed)
Seattle (Swift)
3,969
Los Angeles (Harbor Transitway)
3,300 (projected)
Richmond
2,160 (not confirmed)
Eugene
2,067
Alexandria
1,339
Ardmore
-
Chicago (McCormick Place Bus)
-
Chicago (J14)
-
Chicago (Loop Link)
-
Columbus
-
Detroit
-
El Paso
-
Houston
-
Indianapolis
-
Pittsburgh (MLK, Jr. Busway)
-
Pittsburgh (West Busway)
-
San Bernardino
-
San Diego
-
San Francisco (Geary BRT)(Van Ness BRT)
-
San Francisco (Golden Gate Transit Route 101)
-
Stockton
-
Vancouver
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