Swedish municipality invests in software for handling demand response transport

Swedish municipality invests in software

Yet another Swedish municipality is set to use Trapeze System for managing the transport of citizens with special transport needs.

The municipality wanted a solution that could help streamline call taking, while also efficiently dispatching trips to drivers via the latest in-vehicle technology. To meet these requirements, the municipality has invested in a web-based software solution, including the increasingly popular app, DriverMate, which uses handheld devices to connect vehicles, the dispatch centre and the ‘back office’ in real-time.

A Swedish public transport organisation, Skånetrafiken, also uses Trapeze System for handling transport for disabled passengers, as well as school pupils with special educational needs. This organisation has realised a number of benefits from using the system. 

About trapezeTrapeze

Trapeze provides intelligent transport systems and software solutions for the public transport sector, as well as for demand response and special student transport. Our solutions ensure that public transport runs smoothly in both urban and rural areas – in countryside towns and villages, as well as in regional and global cities, working in multi-agency situations and for all sizes of transport organisations.

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