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Open architecture welcomes everyone

ACCENTURE MAIN

Accenture’s Michael J. Wilson explains how new technology creates competitive choices.

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San Diego public transit comes of age

MTS’ first Bus Rapid Transit service opened last summer and ridership is already exceeding expectations.

Necessity has definitely made all of us inventive in the transit industry.

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Electrical systems can confuse techs

Despite the sophisticated control systems found on today’s coaches, we still rely on wires, connectors, and a few relays to achieve an output.

Understanding the basics of electricity is key for electrical technicians.

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The search for business intelligence is over

TRANSIT

By Mary Sue O’Melia Transit agencies are overwhelmed with data but have very little business intelligence. This is the first in a series of articles exploring business intelligence for the transit industry. ————————————————————————————————————————————— YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: Safety through information delivery Get onboard with security Vix Technology: EasyandOpen ————————————————————————————————————————————— Data overload Collecting and maintaining data […]

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Stagecoach chief talks megabus.com

A Scania Irizar coach on demonstration with megabus.com. Note the wheelchair lift that fits inside the front entrance. It is stored under the staircase when not in use.

Martin Griffiths explains how and why the system has succeeded in the U.S.

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San Antonio’s VIA directing state funds to mobility projects

The VIA Board of Trustees approved the programming of $92 million from the Texas Department of Transportation for the development of capital projects to benefit current transit users and to attract new riders.

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Arbitrary pricing plagues the industry

cash spigot

Fair and profitable pricing comes down to basic business principles.

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Maxwell adds to large ultracapacitor family

DuraBlue Technology is tested to some of the most demanding environmental requirements for transportation.

New 2.85-volt, 3400-farad cell with DuraBlue™ Advanced Shock & Vibration Technology to improve reliability in transportation applications.

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Connected travel on the rise

A new study by DePaul University reveals the use of personal electronic devices on city-to-city trips continues to rise sharply.

A new study by DePaul University’s Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development reveals the use of personal electronic devices on city-to-city trips continues to rise sharply.

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Small Bus Showcase

Since it arrived on the scene in 2002, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has grown steadily in popularity.

Small and midsize buses, the unsung workhorses of passenger transportation, comprise the largest vehicle segment in the bus industry.

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