Number of doors in BRT buses

Chengdu 5    2 left side, 3 right side; stations use left side (2015)  
Beijing 4    3 in corridor 1 (2015)  
Bogota 4    7 in the bi-articulated buses (2016)  
Cali 4    4 in 18m. 5 doors (2+3) in 12m, which can go out of corridor (2013)  
Changzhou 4    2 in the supplementary route buses (2015)  
Hangzhou 4     (2017)  
Istanbul 4    in both the 19m and 25m buses (2012)  
Lanzhou 4    2 in both sides of 12m buses (2015)  
Lima 4    2 doors in the 12m feeder buses (2011)  
Mexico City 4    6 in bi-articulated buses; 2 in line 4 12m buses (2013)  
Nantes 4     (2011)  
Pune 4     (2015)  
Urumqi 2-6    2 in the 12m buses. Lines 2 & some of line 3 have doors in both sides (2016)  
Yichang 4    6 in the 18m buses (2015)  
Amsterdam 3     (2011)  
Dar es Salaam 2-3    2 in 12m, 3 in 18m. One unused door at front left (2017)  
Guiyang 3    2 in left, 1 in right for 12m, 3 in left for 18m BRT buses (2017)  
Islamabad 3     (2015)  
Jinan 3    2 in both sides of 12m buses (2014)  
Leon 3     (2013)  
Paris 3     (2016)  
Quito 3     (2008)  
Shanghai 2-3    2 for 12m, 3 for 18m (2017)  
Shaoxing 3     (2017)  
Yancheng 3    2 in the 12m buses. 2 in both sides for B2 & B2-feeder (2015)  
Yinchuan 3    2 in the 12m buses (2015)  
Brisbane 2    even the new 18m buses only 2-door (2015)  
Cape Town 2-3    2 in 12m, 3 in 18m buses (2012)  
Guangzhou 2-3    2 in 12m, 3 in 18m buses (2017)  
Jakarta 2    new buses have 2 doors since corridor 4; 18m buses have 3 doors (2013)  
Johannesburg 2-3    2 in 12m, 3 in 18m buses (2012)  
Lianyungang 2    2 in 12m, 3 in 18m buses (2017)  
Nagoya 2    Board in rear door, alight in front door (2013)  
Xiamen 2    3 in the 18m buses (2016)  
Zhengzhou 2    4 in 18m buses of B1, 3 in 18m buses of B3, 2 in 12m and 13.7m buses (2016)  
Zhongshan 2    2 for 12m, 3 for 18m; 2 right side and 1 left side for 9m; 2 right side & 2 left side for non-B1 12m (2015)  
Kuala Lumpur 1     (2015)  

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