May 22, 2009

Trapeze wins COTA ITS contract

Trapeze Software Inc., provider of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and mobile technologies, signed a contract with Columbus, Ohio-based Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) for provision of a comprehensive fixed route and paratransit ITS solution along with several additional software solutions to further enhance their integrated Trapeze transit enterprise system.

COTA's ITS system includes a number of in-vehicle technologies for paratransit and fixed-route vehicles, integrated with its existing back-office scheduling, dispatching, traveler information and driver management systems from Trapeze.

Additionally, COTA selected several additional Trapeze software solutions to further enhance their integrated transit enterprise system including interactive voice response capabilities and real-time next bus arrival information.

 

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