Transit Technology, Fleet and Amenities Update
The replacement and expansion of the current fossil fuel fleet with 14 new, zero-emission buses, along with new charging stations and solar power generation retrofits, will lead to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, upgrades to passenger amenities and transit-related technology (including new fare tecnology and traffic signal prioritization) will improve the customer experience of the public transit system.
Transit Information and Technology Upgrades
The installation of new real-time vehicle location technology, fare-systems technology, and customer communication platforms for transit users will improve the quality and efficiency of the public transit system.
Purchase of Public Transit Vehicles
The purchase of 10 public transit vehicles (5 small-to-medium sized buses and 5 accessible vans) will allow the public transit service to expand its capacity and service levels.
Transit Terminal and Bus Shelter Purchases and Rehabilitation
Upgrades to the main bus terminal (including a fully accessible, enclosed area) and the installation of six new solar powered bus shelters on inter-urban routes will provide transit users with a more comfortable and accessible public transit experience.
Purchase 11 Specialized Transit Vehicles
The addition of 11 vehicles (8 vans and 3 buses) to the public transit fleet will improve the safety and quality