Tag Archives: Bus WiFi Systems
As traffic clogs cities across the globe, transit planners are recommending buses as a cost-effective, quick way to add public transportation bandwidth. Compared to light rail systems, bus systems can be up to 90% less expensive to install. Plus, with … Continue reading
We know that modern school-aged children are connected to technology, but would it be beneficial for them to be able to use that technology during school bus trips or even during the commute from home to school? Did you know … Continue reading
“I don’t take the bus because it’s too slow!” This is an all too common reason for avoiding public transit. Fortunately, a group sponsored by the Federal Transit Administration has researched how to speed up the country’s bus routes. The … Continue reading
Transit agencies across the country are adding rapid bus service to minimize pollution, support job growth, and relieve congestion. In Kansas City, Miami-Dade, and even around Aspen, these rapid bus transit lines offer convenience and comfort over other forms of … Continue reading
Motorcoaches and private charter buses are the most fuel-efficient form of transportation in North America in regards to passenger miles per gallon of fuel. As cities get more crowded and fuel prices increase, buses and coaches play an important role … Continue reading
Mass transit is gaining in popularity. In 2012, DePaul University found that intercity bus service grew by 7.5 percent and rail travel increased by 3 percent. Several factors contributed to this trend: high fuel prices, affordable transit rates for passengers … Continue reading
Younger riders often use bus travel for educational tours. For these customers, bus WiFi systems are critical; Generation Y-ers can’t live without a reliable and safe WiFi connection.
For private charter agencies, adding WiFi is a great way to attract new customers, including people who are getting ready to retire. Indeed, people in their 50s and 60s (Baby Boomers) are a significant and important market group who are … Continue reading
It used to mean that leaving home meant losing touch. To go on a trip, you had to disappear for a while whether you wanted to or not. (Post cards, while cute, aren’t what we’d call “connectivity.”) Even the daily … Continue reading
WiFi is everywhere: restaurants, planes, even Mount Everest’s base camp offers connectivity – which is why people tend to get disgruntled when they climb aboard a bus or train and lose their signal.