April/May: ADA On the Bus

April 20, 2015

TextSpeak Products Group

TTS-EN-M Mobile Text to Speech Amplifier

The TTS-EN-M Mobile ‘talking’ amplifier supports next-generation demands for onboard bus systems. The TTS-EN-M meets these needs by supporting interior voice announcements that read and speak visual display updates, while exterior speakers announce the destination and route for sight-impaired passengers.

Navistar – Lisle, Illinois

ISR Transit – Baltimore, Maryland

Trapeze Group

Mobility, PASS-MON, real-time PASS Integration

Improves safety and peace of mind by affording passengers and their caregivers with real-time on-time information and drivers with turn-by-turn directions to assist in the timely delivery of passengers. The real-time data exchange between dispatch and drivers also affords for significantly increased operational efficiencies and better visibility to what’s happening on the road.

Pace Suburban Bus Service – McHenry, Illinois

Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County – Houston, Texas

Metro Mobility – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Visual Marking Systems

ADA Signage and Markings

VMS manufactures a full line of safety markings as well as signage for buses that are ADA compliant and designed to make a transit authority compliant to local community standards while also meeting standards set by the individual transit authority.

Maryland Transit Administration – Baltimore, Maryland

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority – Los Angeles, California

MTA Bus Company – New York, New York

USSC Group


This wheelchair securement station, with a 3-Point Securement System, is the first of its kind providing a complete ADA system. Built-in features minimize tipping risks, accommodate oversize chairs and reduce dwell times. Q-POD by 4ONE delivers a complete securement system solution available with a variety of seating options and a 5-year warranty.

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority – Los Angeles, California

King County Metro Transit – Seattle, Washington

Dallas Area Rapid Transit – Dallas, Texas

TSO Mobile

Automated Voice and Text Information System

Transit passengers are given the ability to learn vehicle information and estimated time of arrival through automated voice or text information systems (AVIS and ATIS), with real-time updates distributed through voice or text. If tracking information is needed, riders have the option to dial or text a phone number for instant updates, without any required access to the Internet. 

City of Doral – Doral, Florida

City of Miami Beach – Miami Beach, Florida

Town of Miami Lakes – Miami Lakes, Florida


Titanium Wheelchair Lift

The Titanium and wheelchair lifts, feature reliable space-efficient designs, ease of operation and are made in U.S.A.

VIA Metropolitan Transit – San Antonio, Texas

American Seating

Dual Auto-Lok

Dual Auto-Lok, rear facing barrier with lateral arm and auto-locking retractors.  Meets applicable safety standards as well as the quality.

The Rapid – Grand Rapids, Michigan