To Improve Mass Transit Efficiency, Start by Connecting Operational Silos

White paper


Mass transit is poised for a major comeback. After a few years of low ridership, spurred mostly by pandemic lockdowns and remote work, major investments are now being made in U.S. mass transit systems to revive and improve the passenger experience.


To enhance resiliency, the U.S. government recently signed into law a $1 trillion infrastructure bill—the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act— which will funnel billions to states and local governments to support the expansion and modernization of roadways, bridges, public transportation and digital infrastructure.


There’s never been a better time for transit agencies to reimagine the services they provide—and fortify the infrastructure that supports them.


In this white paper you will learn:

  • The benefits of connecting operational silos in mass transit
  • Which 4 networks you have to consider with connecting operational silos
  • Belden's role in the future of mass transit


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