The agency is looking into alternatives to MetroAccess because of the cost of the service and the fact that the number of people who need continues to grow.
The annual award given by METRO Magazine was presented to Dennis Streif, his mother Judy and son Phillip at this year's UMA Expo in Atlanta.
Operations have equipped 38 buses with the Mobileye Shield+ System, which combines multiple smart vision sensors manufactured by Mobileye with a driver interface manufactured by Rosco Vision Systems.
The 62 callboxes allow direct, real-time communication between driver and maintenance personnel, therefore streamlining the morning and afternoon “pullout.”
The i6 models on display this week at UMA Expo in Atlanta are available in a height of either 12.23 or 12.89 ft. and have been fully developed to the needs of North American operators, complying with all U.S. DOT requirements and manufactured entirely in the European Union.
When official-plated transit authority vehicles were scarce and basically reserved for those in upper management to go about their daily business to and from meetings, etc..., road control would be the responsibility of the “fixed-post foot dispatcher.” Not all of these positions have been eliminated, but I wonder if any readers remember the stability and sense of control that was present while the foot dispatcher was on post?
Three solution providers give best practices for connecting passengers and giving public and private transportation operations a competitive edge.
The new work could help combat pesticide resistance in the unwelcome parasite.
Google Satellite Map images of the Acton, Calif. property from 2016 did not show any tombstones as of Monday, Feb. 1.