Today’s transit buses and stations are seeing increasing levels of crime – working against agency efforts to bring ridership back to pre-pandemic levels. It’s a complex issue that can be eased with real-world technology.
The new operators, who either recently started or will enter service this week, have completed extensive and comprehensive training in all facets of operations, safety, troubleshooting, customer communications, and more.
The operation’s success began with Lee Helms’ entrepreneurial spirit
and an ability to spot opportunities in other territories.
The Clayton County Operations & Maintenance Facility project has received $33 million in federal support.
The new system will allow customers to see their transactions process in near real time, instead of the previous 72-hour wait to see new balances.
The all-electric, zero-emission buses will replace conventional vehicles currently used for Sky's shuttle bus service.