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Bus Management Information System

A well designed geospatial information systems can be used to make detailed information on all bus routes, bus stop locations, hours of operation and service frequencies. This represented data may be used to serve both city council management as well as citizens alike.

Highlight and Benefits

This GIS can be used to analyze the bus system's efficiency to schedules and to check scheduling usefulness.

Across the country and regional travel demand analysis and forecasts can be generated.

This information can be used to identify complex transit paths and thus improve scheduling to reduce costs and improve efficiency and value.

Abstract bus routes can be combined and poorly functioning routes removed.

A geospatial information system of bus routes, stops and frequencies can also facilitate database integration with other transportation-specific applications.

It provides information on adjacent locations in the proximity of bus stops, which may be useful for planning the location of new bus stops and other infrastructure.

Allows citizens to obtain information on bus routes, frequencies and stops as well as all adjoining bus routes and stops; thus facilitating ease of planning a safe and pleasant journey.

Managed by a programme or an application, it's easy to keep up to date.

Assess the quality of buses, bus stops and other infrastructure, assigning the upgrade or maintenance works, can be easily done or monitored with a bus information system.