January 28, 2013
Provides fleet management hardware and mobile workforce management solutions primarily to the demand response passenger transport and taxi markets.
December 21, 2012
Will provide to Spokane Transit Authority computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with automated passenger counters, onboard audio and visual announcements of next stops, and mobile trip information.
September 21, 2012
The fully integrated system manages rolling stock throughout its life cycle, from pre-acquisition to post-disposition. With robust and comprehensive functionality, Trapeze EAM ensures equipment reliability, regulatory compliance and cost containment.
August 31, 2012
Was selected to help address ETS's objective for a fully integrated, progressive, easy-to-use, public transit system that supports economic development and helps improve the quality of life in Edmonton.
September 23, 2011
Will provide computer-aided dispatch and automatic vehicle location technology integrated with Delaware Transit Corp.’s existing fixed-route and paratransit scheduling and operations management.
August 10, 2011
The agency has used Trapeze Group's demand response scheduling solution PASS for many years and sought a maintenance management system that could integrate with this and other existing systems.
June 28, 2010
The operations management system for LYNX includes functionality that enables employee sign ups, dispatching of daily activities, timekeeping, yard management and workforce management.
September 1, 2009
Within Constellation Software Inc., the Public Transit Solutions segment will be renamed Trapeze ITS and be run as a separate operating group of Trapeze Software Inc., which is one of the six business units of Constellation.
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