Real-time tracking technology to be installed on 55 Bathurst buses | Western lawyer

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Bathurst customers will be able to follow the arrival of their buses in real time as the new technology is rolled out to buses in the New South Wales region. Bathurst MP Paul Toole said technology deployed on 55 buses in Bathurst would allow customers to track a bus’s location, estimated arrival at a stop and its fill level. “We have already deployed this technology in 10 regional centers, and expanding it to Bathurst will allow even more customers to see exactly when their bus is arriving,” said Toole. “For moms and dads, it will help them keep up with the arrival of the school bus, and for passengers – whether students or adults – it means less waiting time at the stop and more time at your doorstep. destination. The technology is a big step forward for people traveling in regional areas, and shows our continued commitment to help make public transport a premier option for people living in the regions. Mr. Toole said six different operators will deploy the technology in 20 “The data collected by the program will also help operators and Transport for NSW improve services in the future,” Mr. Toole said. Bathurst Buslines, Newman’s Bus Service, Conroy’s Bus Service, Sinclair Buses, Mutton and Martin and DW & KL Reynolds buses will use the new technology. To learn more, use the Transport for NSW Trip Planner tool at and other third-party public transport apps The Transport C Connected Bus Program has already been rolled out to Armidale, Bega, Coffs Harbor, Dubbo , Forbes, Grafton, Parkes, Queanbeyan, Tweed Heads and Wagga Wagga. Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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