Mississauga, Ontario Oct 6, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – TripSpark Technologies, a leading provider of transit technology in North America will be conducting a free online webinar called Leveraging the Overlap Between Paratransit and New On-Demand Service Models on Wednesday, October 5th @ 2 PM ET.
New on-demand transit models have been getting a lot of attention recently and agencies are scrambling to find that elusive balance between offering these services along with their paratransit operations, without burning a hole in their pocket. With this webinar, TripSpark is looking forward to sharing some insights for effectively dealing with this situation, avoiding common pitfalls while implementing on-demand services, and is hoping to contribute to the transit community’s knowledge base in their own way.
Join Tanya Brusse – Director of Product at TripSpark, Nila Zaman – Industry Solutions Manager and Andrew McKechnie – Director of Business Development from Trapeze Group, and the leadership team of Lethbridge Transit to learn more about harnessing the commonalities between these services, optimizing staff and fleet utilization and providing a high-quality rider experience in a cost-efficient manner.
Tune in for some insights, get your queries addressed, or have a chat with TripSpark.
Date & Time
October 5th @ 2 PM ET
Location – Online (Zoom)
Click on the link below to register now!
About TripSpark Technologies
TripSpark’s transportation technology provides transit agencies and private operators in the USA and Canada with critical operational software and in-vehicle hardware. The company has technology suites for Fixed Route, Paratransit, Demand Response, NEMT, and Rideshare. TripSpark is part of Modaxo, a global collective of technology companies passionate about changing the face of public transportation, and part of the Constellation Software group, which has 125,000 customers in more than 100 countries across the globe, with offices on every continent.
Source :TripSpark Technologies
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