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Last chance to apply for METRO's Innovative Solutions Awards

Posted on April 22, 2019

METRO Magazine is now launching the submissions process for its 2019 Innovative Solutions Awards, which will be held in conjunction with this year’s BusCon show in Indianapolis Sept. 23 to 25.

Are you a bus operation that has recently partnered with a solutions provider within the last year to implement a new innovation at your operation that has helped you save money, run more efficiently, streamline operations, improved customer satisfaction, or increased ridership? Tell us what you did and how it has positively impacted your business.

Applications can be submitted either by the operation or the solutions provider and will be judged by our BusCon Advisory Board, with winners recognized at BusCon’s Award Breakfast on Wednesday, Sept. 25. The awards are open to all transit agencies, private motorcoach operators, and other bus transportation providers.

This is a great opportunity to highlight the successes of your bus operation or company.

The call for nomination deadline is April 29, with winners set to be notified by June.

For more info, contact Alex Roman at alex.roman@bobit.com or call (310) 533-2589.

Click here, to fill out our online form.

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