Jordan to resume work on Amman Bus Rapid Transit project
- Jordan: Wednesday, September 05 - 2012 at 11:45
Jordan's public works ministry has said construction is expected to resume on Jordan's long-stalled Amman Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project within the next few weeks, Jordan Times has reported. Work on the project stopped last summer amid concerns over its feasibility and funding, and the cabinet then officially suspended it in September, halting all tenders floated for its future phases. The multimillion-dinar project involves operating premium, high-capacity buses that can carry more than 120 passengers and will run on a three-minute frequency during peak hours on segregated lanes along Amman's busiest corridors.
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