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Via with partners Trinity Metro to enhance public transit services in Tarrant County
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Jun 11, 2024

Via with partners Trinity Metro to enhance public transit services in Tarrant County

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  • Via, a provider of mobility management systems, has expanded its partnership with Trinity Metro, a public transportation provider, to modernize and expand on-demand transportation in Tarrant County, Texas.

  • The partnership will include enhancements to existing on-demand and paratransit services and merging on-demand rideshare services and paratransit operations. This will allow service efficiency and improve the experience for all riders while minimizing overhead costs.

  • Furthermore, “virtual bus stops” based on the rider’s pickup and drop-off location are utilized instead of traditional physical stops and pre-determined routes, and they are connected to Trinity Metro’s existing bus lines.

  • The enhancements are scheduled in phases, with developments from July to October 2024. 

  • Analyst QuickTake: Via first partnered with Trinity Metro in July 2019 to launch a shared transit service called “Mercantile ZIPZONE” in Fort Worth, Texas, enhancing first- and last-mile connectivity for TEXRail and bus users to Mercantile Center Station.

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