Maui Regional ITS Architecture

Project Details: Maui Bus Roadside Equipment


Project Name:

Project Details: Maui Bus Roadside Equipment


This project will add roadside equipment at bus stops (i.e., at remote bus stops without lighting).





Geographic Scope:


Project ID:


County of Maui Department of Transportation

Service Packages:

APTS08-1 - Transit Traveler Information - Maui Bus

Project Inventory:

Maui Bus Fixed Route Dispatch
Maui Bus Hub Displays


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Remote Transit Information Services

  • The public interface for travelers shall collect and present to the transit traveler information on transit routes, schedules, and real-time schedule adherence.
  • The public interface for travelers shall collect and provide real-time travel-related information at transit stops, multi-modal transfer points, and other public transportation areas.

Transit Center Information Services

  • The center shall provide travelers using public transportation with traffic and advisory information upon request. Such information may include transit routes, schedules, transfer options, fares, real-time schedule adherence, current incidents, weather conditions, and special events.


Source Architecture Flows Destination
Maui Bus Fixed Route Dispatch transit traveler information Maui Bus Fixed Route Vehicles


SDODocument IDTitleType
SAE View List Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) General Use Standards Group Group
APTA APTA TCIP-S-001 3.0.4 Standard for Transit Communications Interface Profiles Message/Data


Stakeholder Roles and Responsibilities
County of Maui Department of Transportation
Provide transit traveler information via Maui Bus Traveler Information System, the Maui Bus Transit App, and Maui Bus Hub Displays.

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