Lifetimes of low-lying states have been measured in 132Nd and 134Nd using the coincidenceplunger technique. The reaction 32S+ 105Pd was used at a bombarding energy of 152 MeV. The measurement has been performed at the NSF Daresbury using the ESSA 30 array. The differential decay-curve method (DDCM) was used to analyze the recoil-distance Doppler-shift (RDDS) data. The experimental B(E2) values in 132Nd are well described by the predictions of the rotational model and the IBM in the O(6) limit.