Passenger Infrastructure

 

Our Passenger Infrastructure section covers suppliers who manufacture solutions for the bus sector that are not on board buses but that are for passenger use such as bus shelters and seats. 

Equipment that is also found on board buses, such as passenger information displays and ticket vending machines, can be found in their own specific sections. 

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WeGo Breaks Ground on North Nashville Transit Center

WeGo Breaks Ground on North Nashville Transit Center

WeGo Public Transit has celebrated the groundbreaking of the North Nashville Transit Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

Funding to Advance 7 NJ TRANSIT Bus Service Projects

Funding to Advance 7 NJ TRANSIT Bus Service Projects

NJ TRANSIT and NJTPA are advancing progress on 7 projects that will improve bus services in New Jersey with 43.6 million USD in funding.

Construction Begins on New Phibbs Exchange in Vancouver

Construction Begins on New Phibbs Exchange in Vancouver

Construction is now underway on upgrading the Phibbs Transit Exchange in North Vancouver to increase capacity for the city's bus services.

£270m Connecting Leeds Transport Investment Work Complete

£270m Connecting Leeds Transport Investment Work Complete

The 270 million GBP Connecting Leeds investment in improving transport and travel around the city has been completed. 

Paris: ‘Eco-Bus Station’ to Be Built at Gare du Nord

Paris: ‘Eco-Bus Station’ to Be Built at Gare du Nord

Île-de-France Mobilités has announced that it will construct an 'eco-bus station' and an 'XXL bicycle hall' at Gare du Nord station in Paris.

ECO Transit Launches Fare Payment Technology with Masabi

ECO Transit Launches Fare Payment Technology with Masabi

Justride Fare Payments-as-a-Service platform brings the latest fare payment technology to riders in Eagle County, Colorado.

US: Pierce Transit Breaks Ground on Spanaway Transit Center

US: Pierce Transit Breaks Ground on Spanaway Transit Center

Pierce Transit has celebrated the groundbreaking of its Spanaway Transit Center, which will improve connections to Tacoma, Washington State. 

US: IndyGo Cuts Ribbon on Its First Bus Super Stop

US: IndyGo Cuts Ribbon on Its First Bus Super Stop

IndyGo has cut the ribbon on its first Super Stop, which will bring enhanced comfort and faster transit times for bus riders in Indianapolis.

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