High-speed bus transportation is a system of high-speed public transport with a bus rolling stock, which allows achieving high passenger capacity, speed and quality of services provided at relatively low costs due to a set of characteristics: dedicated bus corridors, as a rule, axial placement (in the center of the street); off-board (before boarding the bus) fare collection system; landing at the platform level (the platform is at the same level with the bus floor); priority of bus transport at intersections and other elements of service quality assurance (in particular, information technology and building a strong brand).
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