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Pamela Hopson, director of operations at Campbell Hall, checks on her school’s bus arrivals via the SafeStop app.


SPOTLIGHT


Campbell Hall at-a-Glance


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students enrolled


students ride the school bus


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routes running times a day


Missouri, said he likes the fact that SafeStop also allows transportation professionals to analyze the efficiency of the routes. “By utilizing SafeStop Analytics, we can


compare the planned route with the actual route as the bus is moving, and look at actual GPS coordinates and times,” he said. “We can match up and see if the routing is in sync and make sure the drivers are following the routes too.” Jeffrey Simmons, transportation supervisor at the Downingtown Area School District near Philadelphia also shared this view. “Te ability to see in SafeStop the time the bus was at the scheduled stop, along with the times from the routing software, has provided the transportation office with an easier way to compare scheduled times and actual times


when there are calls or concerns on a particular bus route, and make adjustments to routes if necessary,” he said.


Allen also said that a feature he especially finds convenient for Ladue School District, a TransPar school district customer located near St. Louis, is the fact that SafeStop can be integrated with various routing software. “We use different routing software, different GPS and transportation providers for each client, and what excited us about SafeStop is its ability to work with all of these and with districts that operate their own fleet,” he said. According to Hopson, one of the main factors that made Campbell Hall choose SafeStop over other apps is the user-friendly design and interface. “We specifically wanted something very


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