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    Paving the Road for Zero-Emission Bus Fleets

    Sept. 20, 2022
    New tools are helping agencies with zero-emissions and climate change goals to identify potential technologies to advance environmentally friendly improvements to existing bus...
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    Rail Trespassing Prevention: Cameras Provide Unblinking Eye

    Sept. 20, 2022
    Video systems can play a central role in determining trespassing trends and solutions to prevent these events.
    Riders value on-time performance, service frequency and convenient locations more than a free ride.
    Fare Collection

    Achieving Equitable Mobility

    Sept. 20, 2022
    A flexible fare payment system lays a foundation to provide better service for all customers.
    Monterey-Salinas Transit
    Monterey Salinas-Transit launched tap-to-pay on its system in May 2021.
    Fare Collection

    Open for All: The Modular Route to Contactless Open Loop Fare Payments

    Sept. 20, 2022
    Modular components that can be integrated within systems are providing transit providers of all sizes a more flexible option to leverage contactless payments.
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    Passenger Expectations

    Industry Insights: Innovating to Address Rising Passenger Expectations

    Sept. 20, 2022
    By focusing on safety, innovation and communication, the industry can deliver on higher passenger expectations.

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    Editor's Notebook: When things go wrong

    Sept. 20, 2022
    A transit project’s success isn’t always linear, but lessons can be learned in challenges and delays, as well as achievement.
    InComm Payments
    Contactless payments eliminate physical contact between a payer and the point of sale (POS). Common applications include smart cards that enable consumers to pay for items simply by tapping a POS terminal.
    Fare Collection

    How fare capping, contactless payments and cash load at retail are enhancing financial inclusion within public transit

    Sept. 20, 2022
    These methods are removing barriers and ensuring individuals have easy and affordable access to transit services.
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    How traffic signal priority technology contributes to increased urban mobility and improved property values

    Sept. 20, 2022
    AI/cloud-based TSP are now leading the way in helping cities improve their mass transit systems to alleviate gridlock and traffic congestion, improve on-time performance and more...
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    The Active Antenna is a smart antenna that brings everything together into one single simple environmentally friendly device.

    Best Practices: Motorsport pioneering connectivity innovation for trains and buses

    Sept. 20, 2022
    Active Antenna hardware and Fleet Connect software offer a range of benefits not previously available on the commercial market.
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    Changing passenger expectations require transit agencies to get ‘Clever’ with solutions

    Sept. 20, 2022
    Intelligent transportation systems offer agency’s a chance to enhance passenger experiences by delivering more accurate information.1. Uninterrupted access to real-time information...
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    Employee Initiative Drives Growth and Success at C-TRAN

    Sept. 20, 2022
    Establishing a work environment that celebrates communication and authenticity empowers employees to spark change and forge new paths for continued growth and success.