Experience Transit


Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART):  Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) serves Dallas and 12 surrounding cities with public transportation including rail and bus services. The DART network of services moves more than 200,000 passengers per day across the 700-square-mile service area.  RSI has implemented more than 800 DART buses with the RSI V-Track™ unit.  Each V-Track™ unit is interfaced with a GFI GenFare fare box as well as programmed to send local vehicle GPS data to on-board headsigns and annunciators using the J-1708 interface.

Lakeland County- Citrus Connection:  Citrus Connection provides public transportation services to the citizens of Lakeland County in central Florida.  The RSI AVL system is installed at Citrus Connection on both their fixed route and paratransit bus fleets and is integrated to the Trapeze suite of transit software applications.  The RSI AVL equipment is integrated to variety of sensors and devices on the buses including Automatic Passenger Counters.

Sacramento Regional Transit District:  RSI has implemented an AVL system for light rail trains and support vehicles of the Sacramento Regional Transit District.  Serving over a million people in the Sacramento area, RT provides commuter and various transportation services for the California state capitol.  The system uses the GPRS public data network as well as interface to an existing train track monitoring system developed by RT and a third party vendor.

Whatcom Transportation Authority:  Based in Bellingham, Washington between Seattle and the Canadian border, WTA Specialized Transportation provides curb to curb shuttle service to the elderly and disabled in lieu of the standard fixed route buses.   RSI installed Tablet MDC’s and V-Track units on WTA 35 shuttle buses that perform over 10,000 trips per month for the citizens of Whatcom County.  The RSI system communicates the data using a wireless hybrid of cellular technology and city owned 2-way radio system.   In addition, RSI equipped the WTA system with in-vehicle emergency panic buttons for the drivers.   The system is interfaced to Trapeze software.

Hawaii County Mass Transit: Based in Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii, The Hele-On buses run by Hawaii County Mass Transit provides public transportation all around the island servicing approximately 400,000 passengers per year.  RSI has provided Hawaii County Mass Transit an AVL and Mobile Data Terminal System allowing administrators to track as well as communicate with the buses in real time using a Web based interface. RSI’s newly updated Web based AVL interface uses ESRI ArcGIS Server as the underlying mapping engine for the AVL map interface.

Charlotte County Transportation Department:  The Charlotte County Transportation Department runs various transportation and on-demand paratransit services for all county residents including the elderly and transportation disadvantaged.  The RSI AVL system combines GPS, UHF two-way radio, and GIS mapping software to provide real-time vehicle location information for transit operations in the county towns such as Punta Gorda and Port Charlotte on the west coast of Florida.

Kansas Department of Transportation:  Radio Satellite Integrators and Trapeze Software were awarded the state contract to provide a statewide intelligent transportation solution for the rural transit agencies throughout the state of Kansas.  Installed in two sites, the system provides each agency with an end-to-end vehicle tracking, mobile data, and scheduling/dispatching system.  Each vehicle is equipped with a mobile data terminal providing the driver a dynamic manifest interface that is driven by the Trapeze PASS system via the wireless data link established by the RSI AVL system.

Yale University Transportation: As one of the most prestigious universities in the entire world, Yale University located in New Haven, Connecticut demands the best technology solutions for its transportation needs.  RSI and Trapeze have implemented a state of the art Intelligent Transportation System for Yale University’s student transportation fleet.  Combing Tablet MDCs, MDTs, AVL, Two-Way Radio, Routing & Scheduling, and IVR, the RSI and Trapeze solution allows Yale University to accommodate both scheduled and on-demand pick ups and drop offs.

Community Transit for Council On Aging of St. Lucie (Florida):  Radio Satellite Integrators has teamed with Trapeze Software to provide the St. Lucie County’s Council On Aging with a fully integrated CAD/AVL system for their paratransit and fixed route fleet.  The end-to-end system interfaces vehicle tracking and Mobile Data Terminals in each vehicle, providing the drivers complete access to the manifests and messaging from the Trapeze PASS scheduling system.  Using a 220MHz radio system, the system provides mobile data and vehicle location for the 40 vehicles in the fleet.

Kaufman Area Rural Transportation: Located in Terrell, Texas, KART provides paratransit and dial-a-ride services for the disabled and elderly citizens to multiple counties in northeast Texas, located approximately 30 miles east of Dallas. The RSI AVL and MDT system is fully integrated to the Trapeze PASS scheduling system.

Calcasieu Parish Public Transit:  On the western edge of Louisiana, Calcasieu Parish Public Transit offers assisted paratransit transportation services to the citizens of Lake Charles and the surrounding Police Jury.  The RSI AVL system includes mobile data terminals (MDT) that provide the drivers full real-time access to their manifests as generated by the Trapeze PASS scheduling system.  Utilizing 2-way radio for data communications the system updates vehicle data at a rapid pace for the 20+ shuttles.

And many more!