In order to minimise traffic congestion and to enable efficient traffic operations in Lagos, the largest city in Africa, the traffic authority LAMATA uses the integrated standard products of IVU.suite since 2016.
Norwegian bus operator Norgesbuss has been using IVU solutions for scheduling and dispatching vehicles and personnel since 2001. Having witnessed the benefits as the parent company, Torghatten decided to introduce IVU.suite to some of its other subsidiaries as well.
The Busbetrieb Olten Gösgen Gäu (BOGG) has relied on the IVU.suite planning products for its timetable planning, run scheduling and duty scheduling since 2004. To improve the flexibility of rostering and to save time, BOGG decided to enhance this by rolling out IVU.crew’s automatic personnel dispatch (APD) function.
One single fare for Westphalia-Lippe: Thanks to the “WestfalenTarif” fare, passengers only need one ticket for the entire region. Thanks to the standardised structure of the IVU solution, WVG was able to offer the new tickets to all passengers within five months – without any special system updates.
Every year more than eight million passengers travel with BUS Ostschweiz AG, on a route network spanning over 440 kilometres. In order to be able to make duty schedules not only more efficient, but also fairer than before, duty schedule optimisation is of vital importance for the company.
PostBus has been able to establish a Switzerland-wide process and system infrastructure for integrated planning and dispatching of vehicles and personnel with IVU.suite.
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.
Aargau Verkehr AG (AVA) 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 AVA 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.