Goal: Increase the fuel efficiency of urban bus transportation

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Bus lane designationCity of Austin
City of Houston
City of Los Angeles
City of San Francisco
City of Atlanta
Labor Unions - Bus Drivers
Constituent Groups - Pedestrians
Advocates - Bus Safety
Advocates - Bus Transportation
Advocates - Mass Transportation
Advocates - Pedestrian Safety
Advocates - Urbanism
Associations - Bus Manufacturers
Associations - Signage Manufacturers
Constituent Groups - Commuters
Constituent Groups - Local Businesses
Constituent Groups - Local Residents
Government Agencies - Transportation
Government Agencies - Taxi, Limousine and Other For-Hire Vehicles
Off-board transportation fare payment systemsCity of Norfolk
City of Boston
City of Minneapolis
City of Saint Paul
City of San Francisco
Government Agencies - Transportation
Advocates - Mass Transportation
Providers - Payment Processing
Labor Unions - Bus Drivers
Labor Unions - Rail Conductors
Electeds - Local Legislators
Advocates - Limited Government
Advocates - Anti-Poverty
Constituent Groups - Children
Vehicle idling restrictionsState of Arizona
State of California
State of Connecticut
State of Hawaii
State of Illinois
State of Maryland
State of Massachusetts
State of Nevada
State of New Hampshire
State of New Jersey
State of New York
State of Virginia
City of New York
City of Burlington
District of Columbia
City of Ann Arbor
Advocates - Environmental Protection
Advocates - Health Care
Advocates - Public Health
Government Agencies - Environmental Protection
Advocates - Freight Mobility
Advocates - Limited Government
Associations - Oil and Gas
Labor Unions - Bus Drivers
Labor Unions - Construction Workers
Labor Unions - Truck Drivers
Labor Unions - Taxi Drivers