Specializing in ITS systems for public transportation, INIT solutions include Computer-Aided Dispatch/Automated Vehicle Location (CAD/AVL), Real-Time Passenger Information (RTPI), Electronic Fare Collection, Onboard computer systems, next-stop signs & announcements, automatic passenger counting technology, scheduling and bid dispatch software and business intelligence tools. INIT systems can be implemented as stand-alone integrated with third party ITS systems.
C-TRAN, the Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area recently signed a contract with Init Innovations in Transportation Inc. for the delivery of a state of the art electronic fare collection system in Vancouver, Washington.
Modern EFM systems are changing the way we do business in public transit. One agency staying on the edge of modern ITS technologies is TriMet. The first agency in the world to release data to the public for the development of third-party transit apps is...
Moving to the next level of Real-Time Passenger Information, public transportation agencies must first consider how to create the technical and organizational preconditions. This article will focus on three crucial aspects of RTPI implementation and the...
TFC Recycling awarded the certificate to INIT because of their effective use of the "single stream" recycling process, which allows them to throw plastic, paper and glass recyclables in one recycling container.
TransLink, the regional transportation authority in Metro Vancouver, Canada, recently launched Version 1.0 of its RTTI (Real Time Transit Information) system, which includes the long-awaited predicted departure of buses from the stop.
CyRide, the city transit system for Ames, Iowa, has partnered with INIT to implement a scheduling, block building and runcutting system, as well as a bid dispatch system for their agency's scheduling, staff and fleet operational needs.