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October 28, 2013

N.H. agency upgrades RouteMatch platform

Nashua Transit System is a public transportation provider offering fixed-route and demand-response services. The transit agency serves nearly 540,000 riders.


August 5, 2013

Oklahoma State upgrades to RouteMatch system

Includes automated scheduling, dispatching, and routing abilities as well as trip optimization, reporting and an integrated platform built for expandable features.


July 20, 2011

N.J.-based transit provides vital service for riders

The LINK service, which includes demand-response, modified fixed route and subscription service, provides its riders — 48 percent of whom are disabled — a crucial link to various activities, including medical visits, trips to the grocery store, or even jobs.


June 20, 2011

Mich. bus route overhaul to increase efficiency, cut costs

The Macatawa Area Express system will revamp half of its routes to make them more efficient and convenient, which will also help reduce costs. The transit system aims to increase service frequencies on standard bus routes to help reduce demand-response usage.


May 5, 2011

Pace unveils new ‘Connecting Communities’ tagline

Replacing "A Fresh Approach to Public Transportation," the new tagline reflects the agency’s continued implementation of new services that provide convenient, efficient connections for the 284 communities it serves.


October 20, 2010

Pinellas Suncoast Transit adds paratransit contractor

EMT will be one of three companies clients can choose for ambulatory transportation as part of PSTA's Demand Response Transportation program, which provides services for people who are unable to independently use the regular, accessible PSTA buses because of their disability.


October 1, 2009

ORT selects RouteMatch Software solution

With RouteMatch's automated system, ORT can use its fixed route and/or paratransit vehicles to provide services on a given day or shift, using just one screen and one technology infrastructure.


July 28, 2009

COTA breaks ground on paratransit facility

The 100,000-square-foot facility will be built on COTA's Fields Avenue Campus and house administrative, eligibility and customer care functions, as well as operations and maintenance for up to 104 paratransit vehicles.


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