Michigan transit chooses Trapeze for ITS

Posted on April 3, 2009

Trapeze Software Inc., a provider of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and mobile technologies, has signed a contract with Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) of Lansing, Mich., to provide a comprehensive fixed route and paratransit ITS solution, along with several additional software solutions to further extend their integrated Trapeze transit enterprise system.


The Trapeze ITS solution for CATA includes a number of in-vehicle technologies for nearly 250 paratransit, fixed route and supervisory vehicles, integrated with CATA's existing back-office scheduling, dispatching, traveler information and operations management solutions.


CATA has also selected several additional Trapeze software solutions to further enhance their integrated transit enterprise system, including bus stop management, driver training and monitoring, and a business intelligence tool designed to meet the specific needs of transit operations.


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