Webinar Replay

Contingencies and Business Continuity – Planning and Scheduling in the Age of Coronavirus

Over the past month, transportation work has been disrupted, with a need to react quickly to changes in ridership and regulations, as well as a need to create contingency plans for many different scenarios.

As agencies and operators rush to prepare for this unprecedented situation, they need to create plans for what’s next – contingency plans accounting for service reduction, driver shortages and more. They also need to prepare plans for the day after – how to gradually add service as well as preserve their plans and be able to access them remotely.


Roni Floman, VP Marketing

Sahar Zada, Solutions Team Lead