Ecolane’s customer base is made up of some of the most forward-thinking individuals and organizations in the transit industry. We currently serve more than 50 organizations in the United States. Our clients consist of both private and public agencies, whose widely varied resources bring mobility to people in communities of all types and sizes. We consider these clients our partners, who share in our dedication to improving the future of public transportation. To see some of our amazing partners, continue scrolling down this page.
Find out why these and other agencies are joining the Ecolane community and using our tools and services to deliver the utmost in reliable transportation to the communities they serve. With our Legacy Advancement Program, agencies have been switching from their legacy systems to an Ecolane solution that is modern, industry-changing, and allows them to do more with less.
Suburban TransNet creates access to community resources and employment by consistently providing safe, cost effective, reliable transportation for residents and businesses of Montgomery County and surrounding areas. Working with Ecolane, TransNet successfully implemented the largest Ecolane installation to date with over 3,300 trips per day, utilizing over 300 vehicles.
Perry County Transit, located in central Pennsylvania, has an operating area of of 550 square miles. They run 375 trips/day using 28 vehicles (plus subcontractors). Ecolane's statewide transit software rollout in Pennsylvania presented an opportunity to both support Perry County's efforts and move them to a modern platform.
Arlington Handitran has provided door-to-door paratransit service for disabled and elderly citizens in the communities of Arlington and Pantego, Texas for over 25 years. The fleet consists of 12 to 14 accessible vans and seven contracted taxis. These vehicles provide up to 550 trips per day, with a service area of 99 square miles in Arlington alone.
Estuary Transit District
Estuary Transit District (ETD), located in Centerbrook, CT, was formed in 1981 by the nine towns of the Connecticut River Estuary Region to provide local, coordinated public transportation for residents of the old Saybrook, CT area. ETD, DBA 9 Town Transit, operates 4 flexible routes (fixed stops with route deviations) and 10 vehicles total throughout the region with transfer corridors to New Haven, New London, and Middleton. ETD provides up to 90 trips per day, not including walk-ons on the flexible routes. Transit or Dial-a-Ride service is also available in all nine towns on a limited schedule Monday through Friday.