Four Years later


DR wins Californian transit order

Digital Recorders has received an order for intelligent transportation systems valued at approximately US$551,000 from Western Contra Costa Transit Authority (WestCAT) in California.

David L. Turney (left), chairman, president, and chief executive of Digital Recorders (DR), says, “DR has been contracted to manufacture and deliver intelligent transportation systems for the WestCAT bus fleet. Products ordered include the Digital Recorders automatic vehicle location system, Talking Bus automatic voice annunciation system and OTvia software, which provides passenger advisory information for display signs – some of which will be supplied by DRI’s TwinVision subsidiary in Durham, North Carolina.”

The OTvia system will also provide connectivity to WestCAT’s Regional 511 system, which enables passengers to telephone 5-1-1 to learn about their bus schedule. The project will commence in the first quarter of 2008 and is expected to conclude in the fourth quarter.

WestCAT provides local, express, and regional service to the California cities of Pinole and Hercules and the unincorporated communities of Montalvin Manor, Tara Hills, Bayview, Rodeo, Crockett, and Port Costa.

14 February 2008


14 feb 2012

The project is not yet complete and the Equipment is already over 4 years old.

Warranty? When does it commence?

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