Fast bus at Xi wa di

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I have noticed while traveling on bus 115 that when it stops at Xi wa di, it appears there is a dedicated lane going in both directions for what appears to be a 'fast bus'.

I see the buses stoping at the 'fast bus station' have a name written in Chinese followed by 1. So to me it looks like this #**%#&^<>/%#1 because I can not read Chinese.

Would someone be kind enough to tell me what the name of the bus line is in PinYin and the starting/stop points as well as if it is supposed to be a 'fast bus'?


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the name of the bus line is called “BeiJin KuaiShu GongJiao Yi Xian” in pinyin;
the start stop is QianMen station,and the stop station is DeMaozhuan station。