Bus routes in Peru’s capital Lima may cover distances of up to 60 km. In order to be able to offer a reliable service in spite of fluctuating traffic density, Grupo Express del Perú turned to digital solutions for public transport.
AAR bus+bahn operates bus and rail transport in the Swiss canton Aargau. To be able to inform their driving staff faster and provide up-to-date information AAR bus+bahn opted for IVU.pad, a driver tablet for information and communication of on-board staff.
ASEAG operates 69 routes covering 2,000 bus stops in the German city of Aachen. Modern positioning technology feeds real-time data to the operational control center and passenger information systems (65 displays and a smartphone app with journey companion).
Baselland Transport AG carries 53 m. passengers each year – 73 percent more than in 1995. With the increase in transport performance, duty rostering challenges grew and called for the modernization, automation and optimization of the rostering process for tram and bus drivers.
For years SWMS has been at the top of the list of the best German transport companies. With Germany’s first e-ticket with a flexible occasional rider fare, SWMS responds to the growing trend of intermodal and multimodal journeys.
Switzerland’s public transport is internationally known as an example of best practice. Verkehrsbetriebe Zürich’s staff dispatching has to meet the highest demands to optimally deploy its 1, 400 employees.
Heavy traffic on Budapest’s streets and ageing technology present a challenge for the city’s municipal transport authority, Budapesti Közlekedési Központ, in terms of fleet management and real-time passenger information.