South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE)
Funded by four local authorities, SYPTE takes advantage of Esri’s ArcGIS platform to coordinate and improve public transportation in South Yorkshire. The organisation’s extensive, strategic use of GIS helps it to make well informed decisions about future public transport services and publish accurate information for passengers.
Read the case study for information on how:
- SYPTE has used ArcGIS to analyse bus stop locations and make recommendations that will make bus services accessible to more people.
- ArcGIS enables SYPTE to publish accurate information for citizens in online, paper and interactive formats, encouraging greater use of public transport.
- GIS is a critical tool that helps SYPTE to collaborate with four councils and multiple public transport operators to produce strategic long term plans.
"ArcGIS helps us to plan and manage an effective public transportation service in South Yorkshire and encourage more people to use it"
Saad Masood, senior GIS analyst, SYPTE
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