Managing timetables, block & crew planning, as well as rostering takes time, but getting it right can be the most important thing you can do to ensure you are providing a safe and reliable service. Often, rail operators find it challenging to balance excellent service with cost saving measures.
An automated routing and scheduling system can allow you and your team to do more with less.Discover Trapeze Rail Solutions
“By utilizing Trapeze for Track Inspection, we have visibility and accountability from the time a defect is discovered until it is repaired, all in one system. Trapeze has superior linear capabilities coupled with the ability to manage fleet, rail, stationary, component equipment units in the same program…the gains made in managing our linear assets are exceptional.”
Tim Elsberry, Assistant Director of Track & Structures, MARTARead Case Study
Superbowl XLVIII had more than 82,000 attendees and was ranked as a level 1 national security priority. The Department of Homeland Security contracted John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory to work with New Jersey Transit to oversee the safety and security of Super Bowl 48 and all of its attendees.
There were over 100 trains transporting over 2,500 football fans at any given time. Enterprise Asset Management technology made the sending and receiving of detailed information about the trains seamless.