April 28, 2014 - sbX (san bernardino eXpress)

"sbX" is the Omnitrans rapid transit bus line running from Cal State San Bernardino to Loma Linda University.

This 16-mile sbX Green Line, the first bus rapid transit service in the Inland Empire, opened to the public April 28, 2014.

This bus rapid transit system is faster, has fewer stops and the buses have traffic signal priority capability, allowing them to change stoplights to green.  End to end, sbX is 20 minutes faster than the local bus service.

The system includes over five miles of dedicated lanes, 16 station locations, with stops at major points of activity, such as colleges, hospitals, governments facilities, job centers and retail establishments.

The bus fleet is composed of 14 natural-gas powered vehicles that can seat 40 passengers.

In 2016, sbX transported 742,476 passengers, up 22% from 2015.