Public Transit Safety Gets Boost from Mobile WiFi Solutions [Infographic]

Public Transit Mobile WiFiOver 128,000 transit vehicles from 7,300 transportation agencies provided nearly 11 billion rides in 2013. As the population grows and more people move to larger cities, ridership across all modes of public transit—from buses to paratransit solutions—is on the rise. Not only does increased ridership help decrease traffic congestion, it also promotes individual safety, according to a 2014 article in the Journal of Public Transportation

This infographic examines ridership growth across the U.S. and the agencies that help make using public transportation a safe option with driver training, standards programs and technologies like public transit mobile WiFi. With solutions that provide real-time data, video feeds and training opportunities thanks to public transit WiFi, SinglePoint is helping the country’s public transit providers and passengers stay safe one mobile WiFi connection at a time.

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Public Transit & Mobile WiFi: Millennials Lead the Way [Infographic]

Public Transit Mobile WiFiFor today’s generation of Millennials, those between the ages of 18 and 34, public transportation is a way to exercise good stewardship in regards to caring for the earth, the economy and local community. As the largest generation in the nation, 70 percent of Millennials choose a mode of transportation based on their needs, making them more multimodal than Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers,  according to the American Public Transit Association’s study, “Millennials and Mobility.” Similarly, this young generation is at least two times more likely to use public transportation once a week, especially when it offers attractive amenities, such as mobile WiFi.

Millennials represent the future of American ridership, as they will pass on their stewardship values to the future. In fact, up to 80 percent of riders under the age of 40 prefer a 50-minute commute if public transit mobile WiFi is available to a 25-minute car drive. As more individuals move to urban areas to be close to work and recreational attractions, the number of quality public transportation options increase. The following infographic shows the differences in ridership across the generations and how public transit mobile WiFi is one of the most sought-after feature among Millennials.

Want to build a better commute? Learn more about SinglePoint’s hardware and software solutions for public transportation agencies.

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U.S. Transportation Innovation Means Mobile WiFi is on the Move [Infographic]

Mobile WiFi SinglePointIn today’s connected world, the demand for WiFi access is greater than ever. With ridership growing across the board—from commuter rails to charter buses—remaining competitive is a matter of meeting this demand. Along with public transportation, emergency service personnel find increased value in WiFi-enabled vehicles. Across the country, connectivity in different modes of transportation is a reality. The following infographic explores how mobile WiFi has improved the transportation industry and meets the needs of not just riders, but service providers as well. It also shares how you can make the most of mobile WiFi solutions in your fleet.

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The Drive for School Bus WiFi Gets in Gear [Infographic]

School Bus WiFi 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 that 12 is the average age of a child when he or she receives their first mobile device? Combine that fact with the ever increasing lengths of school bus trips across the United States and you can get a picture of the potential of bus WiFi. This infographic examines school bus WiFi and much more.

Every moment is a learning opportunity. We invite you to learn more about the range of solutions we offer to help educational organizations make the most of mobile WiFi.

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Serving More Riders with Motorcoach Mobile WiFi [Infographic]

The motorcoach and private charter industries play a significant role in the American economy and are increasingly of use to the educational system, as they are one of the most cost effective ways for students to visit historical and cultural sites.  Along with motorcoach passengers’ increasing use of mobile devices, their expectations for available WiFi have also risen. Increasingly, private charter industries compete with public transit agencies, as many public transit agencies have adopted mobile WiFi. This infographic examines the private charter industry and explores how motorcoach mobile WiFi can keep riders connected.

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Keeping Connected: The Importance of Mobile WiFi for Commuters [Infographic]

Mobile WiFiTechnology-addicted consumers are clamoring for mobile WiFi everywhere they go – even during the morning commute. This Infographic outlines the growing demand for mobile WiFi by commuters, how they use it, the changing face of mass transit riders, and the growing use of WiFi on buses and trains.

SinglePoint Communications is an exclusive U.S. distributor of WiFi in Motion — a rugged suite of products designed to offer high-speed wireless Internet on public transit, private charter and personal vehicles.


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Bus WiFi and the Changing Face of Public Transportation [Infographic]

Bus Wifi SystemsMass transit is making a comeback, thanks to high gas prices, affordable fares and new amenities – including bus WiFi. Meanwhile, riders report the rising importance of WiFi availability in making travel decisions. The following infographic explores WiFi use on buses, and how it impacts ridership.

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