Public Transport Information and Priority System

The Public Transport Information and Priority System, abbreviated PTIPS, is a computer-based system that brings together information about public transport entities, such as buses. Where applicable, PTIPS can also provide transport vehicles with priority at traffic signals.

PTIPS consists of a number of hardware and software components installed on-board buses which wirelessly communicate with a central set of servers. PTIPS also relies on an interface with Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System (SCATS - to provide the priority feature) and bus/route/timetable data provided by bus organisations and government authorities.

PTIPS provides:

  • Real-time tracking of bus location and status
  • Traffic light priority for late running buses
  • Bus/Timetable performance and reliability reports
  • Real-time Bus arrival information for bus stops

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