Three Transport of Rockland (New York) buses were equipped with a "next stop" annunicator system for approximately $7,000 per bus.

12 September 2000
Rockland County,Rampo,New York,United States

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The Transport of Rockland, in New York installed equipment on three of its 27 buses to automatically announce “next stop” destinations and display on-board route information to assist travelers in unfamiliar areas. The cost to equip each bus was about $7,000. At each bus stop the system automatically announced, in two languages, the location of the next stop and then displayed route destination information on an electronic message sign (2-inch text) located at the front of each bus. On-board global positional systems (GPS) were used to track the location of each bus, and ensured the automated announcements were accurate.

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New buses tell riders where they're heading

Author: Clary, Greg

Published By: The Journal News

Source Date: 12 September 2000


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Equipment cost per bus: $7,000 (2000).


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Transit Management Center (TR)


Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA

Cost ID: 2003-00022