Blocking Bus Lanes Doesn’t Just Delay Transit Riders…By HaydenAI | | No Comments
Automated bus lane enforcement can help transit agencies increase bus speeds – and reduce emissions – by keeping bus lanes clear for buses. By scaling bus lane enforcement with cameras powered by artificial intelligence, transit agencies can change driver behavior to significantly reduce illegal parking in bus lanes.
Sponsored Post: Illegally Parked Cars at Bus Stops Can Make Transit InaccessibleBy HaydenAI | | No Comments
Across the state, disabled Californians face unnecessary and preventable impediments to safely board or exit transit buses.
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Every transit agency in California now has the power to speed up their buses with such parking enforcement programs. AB 917, passed by the state legislature in 2021, enables all California transit agencies to launch automated enforcement with bus-mounted cameras.
Sponsored Post: How Keeping Bus Lanes Clear Makes Transportation More Equitable.By HaydenAI | | No Comments
Public transit unlocks jobs, education, recreation, and other essential services for thousands of people across the country. But slow and unreliable service reduces access to opportunities for those who need it the most. Automated bus lane enforcement is a powerful tool to take back road space for transit riders
Sponsored Post: How CA Transit Agencies Can Tap into New Legislation for Automated Bus EnforcementBy HaydenAI | | No Comments
A.B. 917 is especially groundbreaking because it also authorizes automated enforcement of bus stop no-parking zones – so an agency doesn’t have to have bus lanes to benefit from this law. Illegally parked vehicles blocking parts of bus stops create safety hazards for riders boarding and exiting the bus, especially for riders with disabilities.