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Trapeze to equip Houston Metro

Posted on July 16, 2012

The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County has selected Trapeze to provide Enterprise Asset Management technology for Metro’s bus and rail operations.

Trapeze’s comprehensive and integrated enterprise asset and maintenance management software will be instrumental in improving the agency’s operations performance through increased equipment/asset availability, decreased maintenance and repair costs, and increased bus and rail utilization.

The solution includes management software for right-of-way and stationary assets. It manages the right-of-way, including inspections, defect recording and repair of rail track, signals, switches, catenary and electric traction, and is capable of tracking an unlimited number of equipment units as well as supporting an unlimited number of workstations from a number of locations.

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