In addition to providing customers with real-time trip information, TfNSW's Transport Connected Bus technology allows bus operators to access more accurate data and tools to improve services, as well as keep buses running on time.
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The 'Lime Access' programme will work to make micro-mobility options more accessible to lower-income individuals and underserved communities in Australia and New Zealand.
The statistics might make for worrying reading for operators hoping for a swift return to pre-pandemic levels one vaccines are rolled out.
The trials of innovative data and technology ideas come after the Safety After Dark innovation challenge by Transport for New South Wales was launched earlier in 2020.
The technology will be installed onto buses as part of phase two of the NSW Government’s Transport Connected Bus programme.
In July 2017, contactless payments were trialled on the Manly Ferry system, expanding to train networks in 2018 and Opal cards and the Opal network (including buses) in 2019.
The pilot scheme is Via’s first autonomous vehicle deployment in the world, serving a community in New South Wales, Australia.