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Cleveland's HealthLine gives more development bang for the buck than other transit corridors, st

Bus rapid transit – led by Cleveland’s HealthLine – is proving to be a form of mass transit that efficiently sparks urban development, according to a study of 21 North American transit corridors released this morning. “It can move an urban economy forward quickly and efficiently,” said Walter Hook, head of the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy. Hook said bus rapid transit first emerged as a mode of city transportation in Latin America and is now being adopted in the United States and Canada. After about a decade of use in the U.S., it has become established enough to track results, he said. What those results show (see study in document viewer below) is Cleveland ranks at

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