Hayden AI Launches Bus Stop Enforcement Solution

Hayden AI has announced a new capability in its transit performance platform that will provide operators with automated bus stop enforcement.

This technology aims to improve rider safety and accessibility by preventing vehicles from illegally parking at bus stops.

Bus Stop Enforcement
Illegally parked cars and trucks at bus stops slow down transit vehicles

Illegal parking at bus stops can delay buses, put riders in danger and prevent riders with disabilities from accessing the bus.

To combat this issue, Hayden AI’s mobile perception platform can help transit agencies deter vehicles from parking in bus stops by automatically sending evidence to the relevant authority who can fine violating drivers.

Chris Carson, Co-founder and CEO of Hayden AI, said:

“I’m very proud to announce this new capability to the Hayden AI platform. Increasing transit ridership requires a safe and accessible environment for every rider. Our ABLE platform was built by transit riders for transit riders to do exactly that.”

This technology is already deployed by several transit agencies using automated bus lane enforcement (ABLE) camera systems to help enforce bus lane regulations.

Their use has reportedly resulted in a positive change in motorist driving habits, and Hayden AI is thus confident that enforcing bus stops will also lead to both short and long-term improvements for transit riders.

Syed Rahman, Vice President of Transit, said:

“Developing technology that meaningfully impacts transit riders and improves transit agency performance is the reason I joined Hayden AI. I’m proud of the work our engineering team has accomplished.”

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