We previously had the pleasure of working with the people from NextBus to get their Trapeze system in order and its real-time information service is now relaunched!
Teratech had previously worked with WMATA and has a substantial experience with the Trapeze system. NextBus was aware of this experience, and decided to hire our knowledgeable developers to work on the project. “With TeraTech’s experience working with both Trapeze and WMATA, it was exactly what we were looking for and filled one of our concerns on the project,” according to Joe Monaco, regional sales manager of NextBus. Their company had experience working with the Trapeze’s Scheduling system, but not on as big of a scale as they needed. They are responsible for tracking 1,500 buses, 337 routes, and 12,400 bus stops. To effectively keep track of this, they needed help, and looked to TeraTech to provide it.
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