Topic : tracking

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How GPS tracking can provide certainty for operations, customers

Technology| November 4, 2019

Although the technology has been around for some time, advances allow for more real-time tracking and simplified reporting.

Safeguard my personal data — our democracy depends on it

| July 31, 2019

“Cities and private companies must take steps to safeguard data and ensure that individual privacy — a foundation of democratic society — is protected.”

Management & Operations| January 26, 2016

Advocates raise privacy concerns over TransLink's smart card system

Transit Police have the ability to track a rider’s past 10 “taps” using hand-held units to check if cards are stolen, expired, have a valid tap-in and contain a valid fare.

University| April 25, 2011

Web Extra: Syracuse U., Centro debut GPS tracking system

The cost of the new system is approximately $2.8 million and is being funded through $2.25 million in SAFETEA-LU grant monies from Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-NY), along with 10 percent matches provided by both Syracuse University and the New York State DOT.
University| March 28, 2011

U. of New Hampshire to get real-time info

School also has approval to launch year-round, weekday service to Rochester with stops in Barrington and Lee. The bulk of the money for both projects will come from the federal transportation department.

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