Estuary Transit District (ETA), located in Centerbrook, CT, was formed by nine towns of the Connecticut River Estuary Region to provide local, coordinated public transportation for residents of the area. ETD operates 4 flexible routes and ten vehicles total throughout the region with transfer corridors to 3 towns. 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.
Estuary Transit Districted needed a solution that could schedule both demand response and route deviation vehicles in the same software package. After switching their software, they saw:
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