Published on 24 February, 2016
|GTT will talk about how technology can help reduce their operating costs while simultaneously improving service
During the 2016 Transit Bus Summit in Dana Point, California (February 22-24), Global Traffic Technologies will be talking with transit agencies about how technology can help reduce their operating costs while simultaneously improving service, on-time performance and ridership.
Best management of fleet operations
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. Vice President of Sales and Distribution for Eastern US and Canada Craig Carroll and Vice President of Strategic Sales Mike Lemon will represent GTT at the Summit, where they will discuss with transit agencies:
- How to keep up with demand without compromising service levels
- How to reduce operating costs while improving service
- How to improve on-time performance and ridership
- How to give time back to communities
- How to use technology to promote the benefits of public transit and the agency
GTT helps cities meet the growing demand for fast, reliable, affordable transit solutions. OpticomT for public transit allows 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.