#TRBAM 2022 : LYT révèle les résultats de l’enquête V2X sur les technologies de priorisation des transports en commun

Lors de la réunion annuelle 2022 du TRB à Washington DC cette semaine (du 9 au 13 janvier), la société de solutions de technologie de trafic connecté intelligent LYT a annoncé les résultats d’une étude récente sur la hiérarchisation des transports en commun V2X – révélant des données critiques pour l’amélioration du système.

LYT a recueilli les commentaires d’une enquête en ligne qu’elle a commandée début décembre 2021, dans laquelle elle a posé des questions à plus de 3 000 responsables de l’industrie sur les réseaux de systèmes de transport en commun et les technologies de hiérarchisation actuellement utilisées.

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According to the survey results, of those communities leveraging transit prioritization technologies the majority of respondents said they’re seeing growing improvements in on-time performance of their transit network.

Many communities who have yet to implement transit prioritization technologies said they are considering, but 27% are looking for the right technology provider; 26% want to make sure it is budgeted correctly; and 15% are seeking private partners to help finance.

“Finding the right partner who can implement the right transit prioritization system is paramount to the success of every community’s transportation network,” says Timothy Menard, CEO and founder of LYT. “The identification of a partner who has a successful track record for technology implementation and success using sharing of data is even more important than finding budget in many cases.”

Those communities that are currently running transit prioritization technologies indicated they are experiencing a handful of frustrations. Seventy-one percent of respondents said their current electronic data provider does not allow for the integration of transit vehicle data with other systems. It is possible that this is taking place because 60% say their current automatic vehicle location (AVL) or other electronic data provider rely on hardware that is proprietary to their company and not available from other manufacturers.

This is problematic, especially since 90% of respondents and community officials believe they own their transit vehicle data, not the provider. Furthermore, 89% say they are frustrated that their current provider does not allow for the cross-sharing of data.

LYT is exhibiting this week at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 101st Annual Meeting, booth #524.

Images: AdobeStock

Lors de la réunion annuelle 2022 du TRB à Washington DC cette semaine (du 9 au 13 janvier), la société de solutions de technologie de trafic connecté intelligent LYT a annoncé les résultats d’une étude récente sur la hiérarchisation des transports en commun V2X – révélant des données critiques pour l’amélioration du système.

LYT a recueilli les commentaires d’une enquête en ligne qu’elle a commandée début décembre 2021, dans laquelle elle a posé des questions à plus de 3 000 responsables de l’industrie sur les réseaux de systèmes de transport en commun et les technologies de hiérarchisation actuellement utilisées.

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According to the survey results, of those communities leveraging transit prioritization technologies the majority of respondents said they’re seeing growing improvements in on-time performance of their transit network.

Many communities who have yet to implement transit prioritization technologies said they are considering, but 27% are looking for the right technology provider; 26% want to make sure it is budgeted correctly; and 15% are seeking private partners to help finance.

“Finding the right partner who can implement the right transit prioritization system is paramount to the success of every community’s transportation network,” says Timothy Menard, CEO and founder of LYT. “The identification of a partner who has a successful track record for technology implementation and success using sharing of data is even more important than finding budget in many cases.”

Those communities that are currently running transit prioritization technologies indicated they are experiencing a handful of frustrations. Seventy-one percent of respondents said their current electronic data provider does not allow for the integration of transit vehicle data with other systems. It is possible that this is taking place because 60% say their current automatic vehicle location (AVL) or other electronic data provider rely on hardware that is proprietary to their company and not available from other manufacturers.

This is problematic, especially since 90% of respondents and community officials believe they own their transit vehicle data, not the provider. Furthermore, 89% say they are frustrated that their current provider does not allow for the cross-sharing of data.

LYT is exhibiting this week at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) 101st Annual Meeting, booth #524.

Images: AdobeStock

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