Fleet of special BRT buses

Bogota 1,215    Not incl. Airport & Carrera 10 corridors (2016)  
Jakarta 599    196 articulated, 403 regular. Though ~15% out of service (2013)  
Urumqi 439    136 for B1, 91 for B2, 94 for B3, 42 for B5, 76 for B7 (2016)  
Changzhou 395    133 18m and 262 12m (2015)  
Beijing 319    87 18m corr 1; 100 18m and 8 18m trolleybus corr 3; 100 corr 4 (2015)  
Xiamen 307    Includes 82 18m buses as of June 2013 (2016)  
Mexico City 301    12 25m bi-artic; 235 18m artic; 54 12m (2013)  
Istanbul 300    Not including 9.7km western extension (2012)  
Lima 300    Source: Wikipedia (2011)  
Zhengzhou 294    24 18m buses added in April 2015 (May 2015 data) (2016)  
Chengdu 232    164 initially, increased to 232 in 2015. 18m buses (2015)  
Cali 220    Phase 1 18m buses only; not incl. 12m buses (2013)  
Yichang 200    170 12m and 30 18m (2015)  
Jinan 195    65 18.5m Zhongtong, 55 18m Neoplan, 60 12m Neoplan, 15 12m Zhongtong (2014)  
Lianyungang 188    40 18m LNG, 38 12m LNG1, 110 12m electric (2017)  
Hangzhou 171    50 18m for B1, 53 18m for B2, 22 18m for B3, 23 18m and 8 12m for B4, 15 12m for B7 (2017)  
Dar es Salaam 140     (2017)  
Yancheng 134    20 18m and 114 12m (2015)  
Guangzhou 130    36 18m, 94 12m (2017)  
Pune 120     (2015)  
Zhongshan 81    6 18m buses, 15 12m buses, 60 9m buses (2015)  
Yinchuan 80    20 12m, 60 18m buses (2015)  
Lanzhou 70    50 12m and 20 18m (2015)  
Islamabad 68     (2015)  
Shanghai 68     (2017)  
Guiyang 50    12 18m and 38 12m buses (2017)  
Paris 41    Irisbus Agora Euro 3 18m buses (May 2010). Only 37 in use in June 2011 (2016)  
Shaoxing 36     (2017)  
Los Angeles 27    14m CNG buses (2013)  
Bangkok 20     (2017)  
Nantes 20     (2011)  
Kuala Lumpur 15     (2015)  
Brisbane 0     (2015)  

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