Tom has to get from his apartment to a client’s office downtown for a big presentation, and he has to get there on time. He looks out his window and sees his car – Tom knows it’ll get him there, but where will he park? What if he’s late to his meeting because he can’t find a space, and shows up rushed and distracted?
Then he remembers municipality.transloc.com. With TransLōc, he’s just as in control of his time as in his own car!
He pulls up the TransLōc site, chooses the right route to get his to his client’s office, and checks the arrival time at the stop nearest his house. Since he still has a few minutes until the bus arrives, he reviews his presentation one last time before heading to the stop.
When the bus is 5 minutes out, he gathers his things and walks to the stop. He pulls out his smartphone and fires up the TransLōc app. The bus is still on schedule, and should be here in just a minute.
In the meantime, he sees an announcement on the app for a route change next week. He makes a mental note to use a different route on Tuesday.
Here’s the bus! Right on time, just like TransLōc said it would be. While Tom is on the bus, he pulls out his notes and gives them a final once-over. The bus stops right in front of his client’s office, with time to spare before his presentation.
While Tom’s on the bus, the Municipality’s dispatcher uses TransLōc’s management solution to ensure that his bus’ driver is on-route, on-time and operating safely. Tom can relax and focus on putting the last touches on his presentation, knowing that the whole Municipal transit system is managed and operated with his safety as the utmost priority.
Thanks to the Municipal bus system and TransLōc, Tom is ahead of schedule, prepared for his presentation and doesn’t have to deal with the stress of finding a parking space or fighting traffic. After the presentation is through, he tweets a thank-you to the Municipality for making transit easy and trustworthy.
TransLōc places Tom in control with easy-to-use interfaces and reliable data, and makes the bus his first choice – instead of his single-occupancy vehicle.