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January 9, 2014

TransLoc unveils app that makes transit use easier

TransLoc Rider lets riders set alerts to notify them when their bus is arriving and automatically identifies nearby transit agencies as well as the closest stop and its routes and arrival times.


May 21, 2013

Transloc honored by White House as ‘Champion of Change’

Recognized for its leadership in rider-facing transit technology, and “having an incredibly positive and widespread impact on the way people think about and use public transit...” according to an FTA official. TransLoc powers N.C.-based Triangle Transit’s live bus tracking system, GoLive.


February 27, 2012

LSU sees results from revamping campus transit

With a fleet of 23 buses, the LSU Tiger Trails Transit System provides a safe, convenient and free bus service for LSU students, faculty, staff and visitors, both on and off campus, serving approximately one million, annually.


January 30, 2012

Duke U. chooses Transloc for bus tracking

Outfitted all of its buses with a GPS system, which will provide real-time arrival and location information to students, as well as automatic passenger counters. The system will also provide tracking information on other area transit systems, such as the Bull City Connector.


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