27 Feb '18, 5pm

@GCRTA, @Battelle team for transit, pedestrian safety trial program

Center for Neighborhood Technology /Eureka Lott The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), working with Battelle, is launching a six-month project to evaluate enhanced safety systems on buses. With a grant from the Federal Transit Administration, GCRTA will test cutting-edge safety technology in 24 buses retrofitted with so-called “connected” features to better avoid collisions. The agency installed the Enhanced Transit Safety Retrofit Package system over the past several months and will debut it on RTA buses at three locations in Downtown Cleveland. RELATED: Read the Connected Vehicles White Paper By Battelle During the evaluation phase, connected buses will collect data to evaluate system performance, safety impacts, and lessons learned. By reducing bus collisions with pedestrians and other vehicles, the technology can prevent accidents and fatalities, red...

Full article: http://www.metro-magazine.com/security-and-safety/news/72...

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