A branch from or widening of a road that permits buses to stop, without obstructing traffic, while laying over or while passengers board and alight. It is designed to allow easy reentry of the bus into the traffic stream (also known as a Blister, Bus Duckout, Bus Turnout, or Lay-By). 2. A specially designed or designated location at a transit stop, station, terminal, or transfer center at which a bus stops to allow passengers to board or alight (also known as a Bus Dock or Bus Berth). 3. A lane for parking or storing buses in a garage facility, often for maintenance purposes. (TRB)

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