October 28, 2013
Nashua Transit System is a public transportation provider offering fixed-route and demand-response services. The transit agency serves nearly 540,000 riders.
February 5, 2013
Thirty-nine transit systems will receive core scheduling, dispatching, route optimization module and tablet mobile data devices for automated vehicle location, reducing paper, and improving driver and dispatcher communications.
November 12, 2012
Will improve the City's GoBus Accessible Transit operations through expanded advanced intelligent transportation technologies. Enhancements include a recently launched customer web portal and Interactive Voice Response.
August 13, 2012
Technologies will help Cottonwood Area Transit generate operational efficiencies through advanced scheduling, mapping, routing and dispatching, billing and reporting, in vehicle location and ADA compliance.
July 10, 2012
Porterville Transit will use Android-based tablet devices as in-vehicle mobile data devices to enhance on-time performance and real-time traveler information services.
March 19, 2012
Since implementing the technology, Coast Transit Authority has been able to achieve 15% reduction in costs associated with fuel consumption, operations, and staff time; 65% reduction in customer complaints; and 25% reduction in empty vehicles on the road.
January 20, 2010
Software integration will provide 24/7 access to trip information over the telephone. Additionally, customers will be proactively notified about upcoming trips through telephone and/or email/SMS.
October 1, 2009
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.
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