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April 29, 2014

TriMet gets complaints about ‘talking buses’

Residents living near bus routes say the warning system, which announces when a bus is turning, sometimes goes off at other times and is loud, particularly at night. The transit system will test a “night mode” feature that will either lower the decibels or turn off at night.


March 29, 2011

Maryland MTA tests ‘talking’ buses

Will test Safe Turn Alert systems — automated voice systems that tell pedestrians, operators and passengers when a bus is turning a corner — from two companies on 10 buses over the next two months.


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