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Webinar Recap: What Does Public Transportation Need To Know About Electric Buses And Their Operations

On January 30th, we hosted a webinar together with viriciti. You access the webinar replay here (link). The webinar was co-hosted by Hugo Bitouze, Europe Operations at Viriciti and Gil Peleg, VP Operations at Optibus. Hugo Bitouze opened the webinar presenting key figures about the Electric Bus market 450 billion bus journeys worldwide per year, …

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Can Mass Transport Route Planning Be Made As Simple As A Road Trip?

Let’s say you’re planning one of those legendary road trips – Route 66 in the US or Scotland’s North Coast. A quick search will reveal applications and websites that let you choose destinations, set limits on driving time, recommend stops and places to stay and eat. Once you’re done, you can even play around with …

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Next Generation Timetables

Introducing Next Generation Timetables: Automated, Interactive And Continuously Validated

Why timetables? Timetables are the backbone of any mass transit service – or really, timeplans – the aggregate of timetables and routes. They are the underlying service commitment – when and where should transit go, where to stop (or not, for express lines), and where service is measured (time points to measure punctuality). Generating detailed …

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Launching Optibus OnTime

How We’re Revolutionizing Transit Operations

Launching Optibus OnTime   Public transportation was designed to be a public service – so why is transit ridership on the decline throughout much of the world? There are various culprits, from the rise of on-demand ride-hailing services to trends in global energy prices. But the data shows that the primary factors driving people away …

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