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Capital Metro brings Digital Bus Stop to Austin

Posted on June 13, 2019 by Kendra Rodriguez

Austin’s Capital Metro’s Trusted Partnership Brings About Solar-Powered, Real-Time Information Displays.
Austin’s Capital Metro’s Trusted Partnership Brings About Solar-Powered, Real-Time Information Displays.
Connectpoint partnered with Capital Metro to unveil its new Digital Bus Stop products.

Capital Metro riders will have easy-to-read, real-time, bus information making public transportation travel seamless.

A Connectpoint AC-powered, ePaper, 13-inch Digital Bus Stop comes equipped with text-to-speech and comes in celebration of the agency's new Westgate Transit Center. It will be accompanied by the 32-inch, ePaper Totem scheduled for installation soon after.

The Connectpoint suite offers advanced solar- and battery-operated digital signage that provides reliable real-time departure information. The system is geared toward improving customer service by giving riders the information they need quickly and efficiently.

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