In the last year, Connexionz has launched six new Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) projects for small and medium transit agencies. Among those agencies are Yamhill County Transit in Oregon and Stanislaus Regional Transit in California.
For Yamhill County Transit, Connexionz delivered software for vehicle operators along with fixed route management software for the dispatch office, deployed onto tablets already owned by the agency.
Yamhill purchased the system for nearly 20 buses and launched in late 2019. The agency also plans to add integrated, automatic annunciation systems and engine diagnostics to new buses being delivered by Complete Coach Works in early 2021.
In March, Connexionz provided Stanislaus Regional Transit a fully integrated ITS across nearly 50 fleet vehicles, including real-time systems, dispatch software, multimedia content, and automatic passenger counting alongside partners Urban Transit Association, which provides full NTD data support.
These projects, along with the company’s service and maintenance programs, enabled Connexionz to grow its operations in the U.S. by bringing on board a new operations and project manager and securing a lease on a larger office space in Santa Clarita, Calif.
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