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September 20, 2013

Denver to debut INIT vehicle tracking, stop announcements

The GPS-based system will provide audio and visual stop announcements inside the Denver Regional Transportation District’s nearly 1,000 buses and broadcast route and destination information outside the buses when the doors open at bus stops.


August 12, 2009

N.Y. MTA, Clever Devices demo SmartBus technology

Thirty MTA buses servicing 34th Street in Manhattan will feature next stop announcements. Real-time arrival information will be provided at eight bus shelters.


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