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    November 10, 2021
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Columbus Avenue Center-Running Bus Lanes Now Open PASE PAR E The MBTA, City of Boston and neighborhood leaders usher in a new era in public transit with the opening of the Columbus Avenue Center-Running Bus Lanes between Franklin Park and Jackson Square Station. The Columbus Avenue Center-Running Bus Lanes allow for faster, more reliable service for nearly 10,000 weekday riders, by decreasing the likelihood that buses will be delayed by traffic, slowed by turning cars, or stuck behind double-parked vehicles. The project also makes significant improvements to pedestrian safety and accessibility along Columbus Avenue. The new bus lanes save riders 4-7 minutes on the chronically delayed Routes 22, 29 & 44, serving Mattapan, Dorchester, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain. The $14 million dollar collaboration between the MBTA and the City of Boston is a key component of the MBTA's Rapid Response Bus Lane Program and a major initiative to improve bus service in the wake of the pandemic. (T) MBTA.com/ColumbusAve CITOO Columbus Avenue Center-Running Bus Lanes Now Open PASE PAR E The MBTA, City of Boston and neighborhood leaders usher in a new era in public transit with the opening of the Columbus Avenue Center-Running Bus Lanes between Franklin Park and Jackson Square Station. The Columbus Avenue Center-Running Bus Lanes allow for faster, more reliable service for nearly 10,000 weekday riders, by decreasing the likelihood that buses will be delayed by traffic, slowed by turning cars, or stuck behind double-parked vehicles. The project also makes significant improvements to pedestrian safety and accessibility along Columbus Avenue. The new bus lanes save riders 4-7 minutes on the chronically delayed Routes 22, 29 & 44, serving Mattapan, Dorchester, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain. The $14 million dollar collaboration between the MBTA and the City of Boston is a key component of the MBTA's Rapid Response Bus Lane Program and a major initiative to improve bus service in the wake of the pandemic. (T) MBTA.com/ColumbusAve CITOO