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November 11, 2013

RouteMatch tapped for Va. transportation platform

In addition to utilizing the comapny's advanced scheduling, routing, dispatching and reporting technologies, JAUNT's drivers and dispatchers will also be using RouteMatch's mobile data management platform, RMMobile


June 5, 2013

S.F. Muni light rail posts 50% on-time performance

The low number is caused by aging trains, run-down tracks, outdated scheduling and few reserve vehicles to deploy when rail vehicles break down. The agency plans to update its scheduling, hire more supervisors and put out a bid next year for a new batch of light rail vehicles, which could be in service by 2017.


March 14, 2012

Iowa transit agency taps INIT

The software is a modular system that completely integrates with other INIT products to ensure data consistency between scheduling, CAD/AVL and fare collection systems.


August 29, 2011

Ga. DOT taps RouteMatch for scheduling, dispatch software

Department hopes to help regional rural transit agencies improve operational efficiencies and ridership service by optimizing route scheduling and standardizing reporting across the state.


April 21, 2010

DDS wins NYCT contract

NYCT's Paratransit Division currently schedules up to 27,000 trips per day through its Access-A-Ride service, all of which are managed and scheduled using ADEPT Software.


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