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December 21, 2012

Trapeze to equip Wash. transit

Will provide to Spokane Transit Authority computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with automated passenger counters, onboard audio and visual announcements of next stops, and mobile trip information.


August 31, 2012

ETS taps Trapeze for new ITS solution

Was selected to help address ETS's objective for a fully integrated, progressive, easy-to-use, public transit system that supports economic development and helps improve the quality of life in Edmonton.


September 29, 2011

REI, ETA partner for IT, asset management systems

The combined solution includes CAD/AVL, traveler information, passenger information and display information systems, video surveillance, vehicle monitoring and diagnostics.


September 23, 2011

Delaware taps Trapeze for ITS

Will provide computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with Delaware Transit Corp.’s existing fixed-route and paratransit scheduling and operations management.


November 2, 2010

RouteMatch to provide software services in Idaho

The statewide contract will allow rural and small-urban transportation providers to improve their efficiency and productivity by using RouteMatch's technology for fixed-route and demand-response routing, scheduling, dispatching and vehicle tracking.


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