During the 2017 Transit Bus Summit in Dallas, Texas (February 15-17), Global Traffic Technologies will be talking with transit agencies about how its Connected Vehicle Platform and transit performance analytics can ensure transit vehicles adhere to their published timetables and improve operational efficiencies through detailed performance insights.
Transit agencies are under increasing pressure to provide reliable, scalable services to a variety of users. Changing demographics in urban areas around the world are driving demand for more robust transportation systems.
The Transit Bus Summit is an event aimed at transportation directors of public transit and university bus systems, and provides an opportunity for agencies and suppliers to share ideas and solutions on best management of fleet operations.
At the 2017 Transit Bus Summit, GTT will present information on its next generation Connected Vehicle Platform, which combines GTT’s industry-leading Opticom™ TSP with built-in active schedule and headway management capabilities, helping to keep transit services on time and performing optimally in order to minimize travel times, increase predictability and improve on-time metrics. In addition, GTT will discuss cloud-based performance analytics, which allow agencies to monitor key metrics including dwell time and travel time by vehicle or route.
GTT helps cities to ensure their public transit connections remain safe, consistent and reliable. Opticom for public transit allows transit agencies to extend or truncate green cycle times at traffic signals for more accurate schedule adherence. In turn, transit vehicles — including buses, light rail trains and streetcars — are on the road less, which reduces fuel and fleet costs for more profitable operations.
To find out more about the Transit Bus Summit visit http://bussummit.com.