The BenQ BH280 is your answer to having a top notch public transportation system

Posted by Andy Schwartz on Wed, Oct 11, 2017

The BenQ BH280 is Your Answer to Having a Top-Notch Public Transportation System

BenQ Corporation

Running a public transportation system comes with its own set of challenges. There are a number of factors to consider from day to day if you want your system to achieve world-class status and keep your vehicles filled with an assortment of passengers.

Topics: digital signage, bus, train, tram, safety, transportation

What factors are important in a world class transit system?

Posted by Andy Schwartz on Thu, Oct 05, 2017

What Factors Are Important in a World Class Public Transit System?

BenQ Corporation

There are a lot of shortcomings in our public transportation system and a number of challenges to overcome in order to fix them. Complications caused by things like large crowds of people, delays in schedules and mechanical failures discourage people from using the system all together.

Essentially, in some North American cities, public transportation is undergoing a downward spiral.

So what are some key factors you have to get in place if you want to deliver a superior experience for your riders?

Topics: digital signage, public transportation, bus, train, tram, safety

Are Passengers Getting Maximum Value from Your Public Transportation System?

Posted by Andy Schwartz on Tue, Oct 03, 2017

Are Passengers Getting Maximum Value from Your Public Transportation System?

BenQ Corporation

City governments invest billions of dollars in public transportation ventures. It's a 66 billion dollar industry that is growing with increasing rapidity due to a number of factors, such as longer commutes to work, a rise in city populations and economic sense.

In large cities like Dallas and Houston, the need for public transportation is ever mounting, prompting city governments to spend more and more on endeavors like the DART rail. Recently proposed extensions may cost upwards of 12 billion dollars (or even more).

But wouldn't it be worth it if it meant you could travel from Dallas to Houston (a trip that would usually take at least four hours) in 90 minutes?

The multifaceted benefits of public transportation make it an easy choice for city governments to pay out big bucks for new and improved systems. They know, or at least hope, that both their citizens and their towns will benefit.

Topics: community, public transportation, bus, train, trolley, tram, safety

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