Location of busway lanes

Amsterdam Dedicated roadway     (2011)  
Bangkok Centre of roadway     (2017)  
Beijing Centre of roadway    Left of service lane in corridors 2, 3, 4 (2015)  
Bogota Centre of roadway     (2016)  
Brisbane Dedicated roadway     (2015)  
Cali Centre of roadway     (2013)  
Cape Town Centre of roadway     (2012)  
Changzhou Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Chengdu Centre of roadway on elevated road     (2015)  
Dar es Salaam Centre of roadway     (2017)  
Guangzhou Centre of roadway     (2017)  
Guiyang Centre of roadway     (2017)  
Hangzhou Varies    Line 1 adjacent to a segregated bike lane. Line 2 curbside bus lane. Line 3 mixed traffic. (2017)  
Hanoi Centre of roadway     (2017)  
Islamabad Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Istanbul Centre of roadway    Contraflow direction (2012)  
Jakarta Centre of roadway     (2013)  
Jinan Centre of roadway    Lines 1 & 4 under massive new elevated roads (2014)  
Johannesburg Centre of roadway     (2012)  
Kuala Lumpur Elevated busway     (2015)  
Lanzhou Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Leon Centre of roadway     (2013)  
Lianyungang Centre of roadway     (2017)  
Lima Centre of roadway    also two short 2-way sections on the side of 1-way roads in city centre and Barranco (2011)  
Los Angeles Dedicated roadway     (2013)  
Mexico City Centre of roadway    also some curb-aligned sections (2013)  
Nagoya Elevated busway     (2013)  
Nantes Centre of roadway     (2011)  
Paris Varies; mainly in centre     (2016)  
Pune Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Quito Varies; mainly in centre     (2008)  
Shanghai Centre of roadway    Mostly underneath an elevated road (2017)  
Shaoxing Curbside, with regular bus lane     (2017)  
Urumqi Varies; mainly in centre. Curbside in line 5    Curbside in parts of line 2, 3, 5, 7 (2016)  
Xiamen Elevated busway    bus-only elevated road; some at-grade median aligned (2016)  
Yancheng Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Yichang Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Yinchuan Centre of roadway     (2015)  
Zhengzhou Centre of roadway; kerbside     (2016)  
Zhongshan Centre of roadway     (2015)  

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