Iteris Selected to Provide Bus Signal Priority System for City of Gardena
Agreement Continues to Expand Company’s Multimodal and Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Initiatives
Initiative will improve city’s GTrans service, which serves nearly 3 million GTrans riders a year, covering 40 square miles of south
Los Angeles Countycommunities
Iteris’ commitment to leveraging vehicle-to-infrastructure technology to improve efficiency in public transit networks nationwide
Program brings total deployments of
Iterisbus signal priority services to over 500 intersections in the region
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Iteris Selected to Provide Bus Signal Priority System for
Under the terms of the one-year agreement,
This is Iteris’ seventh BSP project in southern
“Improving safety and efficiency for all modes of transportation is a priority for
Deployment of the BSP system is anticipated to be completed within nine months. The BSP system will leverage on-bus systems that incorporate GPS-based automatic vehicle location equipment, wireless communications and advanced intersection traffic controller technologies.
GTrans serves nearly 3 million riders annually across five lines. The GTrans service area encompasses 40 square miles.
Work on the project, which builds on transit signal priority (TSP) system services deployed to other transit agencies in LA County, is expected to begin immediately.
Iteris’ TSP system services are used by some of the largest transit agencies across the country, including the
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