Our unique set of solutions helps agencies to do more with fewer resources. Learn about the service, development and support that is unique to the TripSpark experience.
A complete end-to-end solution ensures that all components integrate perfectly.
Industry leading solutions developed out of our clients’ input and insight.
Easy-to-use interfaces are intuitive and configurable to each unique user.
Dedication to the total customer experience for a long-term relationship.
"Over the last year, we’ve seen a significant increase in our passengers per vehicle hour mostly related to proper scheduling, with TripSpark being able to group customers and trips together more efficiently." Brenda Follett General Manager, MVT CanadaLearn More
"We saved lives with TripSpark. We were able to identify individuals and where they lived, and with immediacy, we were able to get out there and get people out of harm’s way." Ernesto Paredes Executive Director, Easy Lift TransportationLearn More
"We have gone from running about 4.5 million passenger trips up to nearly 8 million passenger trips, without overhauling the size of our fleet." Randy Davidson Senior IT, Texas A&M University Transportation ServicesLearn More
"On a football game day we’ll have about 25,000 [students] riding on our buses. With TripSpark we can monitor the passenger counts and keep track of when the passengers are going where and that will help us to apply the buses as we need to." Randy Davidson Senior IT, Texas A&M University Transportation ServicesLearn More
Web content and applications should be easy to use — for everyone. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) help developers get there. In this post, we'll define WCAG, its importance and how transit software can foster inclusivity by complying.
The TripSpark team collaborated with the CTAA (Community Transportation Association of America) for a roundtable discussion on Reimagining Your Transit System in a Post-COVID World. In this post, we’ll take a brief look at the state of public transit, delve into some important insights from transit executives, and we'll give you a sneak peek into the event.
TripSpark recently partnered with SWTA (South West Transit Association), bringing together transit industry leaders from across the country. In this post, we'll summarize the landscape of transit in 2020, share some key insights from industry leaders and give you a preview of the event.
Nowadays, the terms ridesharing and ridehailing are commonly used interchangeably, but this is not a correct interpretation. Let's take a closer look...
Our Senior Manager for Product Development for Transit is an Alberta native and loves technology. Let's learn more about him, work and play!
Contact tracing must be implemented in any pandemic plan and key before considering relaxing social distancing mandates. In this post, we'll go over what it is and how TripSpark's demand-response software (NovusDR) can support it.
Our Senior Product Manager for Transit, Tanya Brusse, from scenic Alberta is a bit of a foodie, loves travelling, and comes with an engineering background. Let's get to know her!
Most companies around the globe have had to adapt their operations because of the worldwide pandemic and TripSpark partner, Lethbridge Transit, was no exception. We worked with Jeff Gillette, GIS/Applications Specialist for Lethbridge Transit and his team to modify their service due to an unprecedented decline in ridership because of COVID-19, and social distancing requirements. In this post, he talks about how they replaced their fixed route service with an on-demand service that helped ensure riders could safely make essential trips.
In a nutshell, K-12 transportation software provides school transportation operators with a cohesive platform to effectively manage student transportation services. In this post, we’ll walk you through its core applications, and what TripSpark’s K-12 software (VEO Transportation) includes.
One of the most important pieces of information a transit agency can provide its customers with is the exact time a bus will depart from any given stop. It’s no secret that riders have better things to do than wait at a bus stop, especially in extreme weather conditions.
Transit expert, Paul Comfort has just released a brand-new book; “The Future of Public Transportation”. This acclaimed best-seller is full of insights from over 40 top public transportation experts and executives. After meeting with so many leaders from across the globe, he felt he had a good grasp on what’s going on in the transportation industry, and more importantly, what’s forthcoming, to be able to put this book together.
The Americans with Disabilities ACT (ADA) requires transit agencies that provide fixed route service to also provide parallel or complementary service to individuals with disabilities who cannot use the fixed route bus or rail service. The ADA classifies access to this transportation service as a civil right for a select population and lays out minimum service characteristics to ensure equivalent service.