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September 22, 2014

Ohio University highlights new transportation programs

The school's transportation and parking services department has added GPS technology to track campus shuttles, a new car-sharing network and more.


August 28, 2013

Chicago transit taps PB for rail construction, debuts ‘Train Tracker’ screens

The first projects authorized under the contract with Parsons Brinckerhoff are the south Red Line track renewal and station improvements projects, with construction costs of $220 million and $44 million, respectively.


October 22, 2012

Seon partners to pair real-time with routing software

The integration will enable the two Web-based applications to share vehicle positioning and routing data, providing school bus operators with greater insight to help streamline operations and improve efficiencies.


December 30, 2010

Chicago Transit to pilot 'Train Tracker'

Estimated arrival times will be generated through a combination of scheduling information and data collected by the CTA's QuickTrak program, which monitors signaling systems and indicates when a portion of track is occupied by a train.


September 9, 2010

MBTA makes 'real-time' bus information available

Following a project to equip more than 1,000 buses with GPS technology in 2009, dispatchers in the MBTA's Bus Operations Control Center were able for the first time to pinpoint the location of every MBTA bus in real-time. As of today, that same information is available to T bus riders, regardless of route.


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