Tyler Technologies Launches Traversa Ride 360 App

Posted on October 19, 2017
Tyler’s new Traversa Ride 360 app enables parents and students to access school bus stop location, route info, and pickup time.
Tyler’s new Traversa Ride 360 app enables parents and students to access school bus stop location, route info, and pickup time.

PLANO, Texas — Tyler Technologies has launched the Traversa Ride 360 web and mobile application, which enables parents and students to access their own secure data for school bus stop location, route, and pickup time.

Traversa Ride 360 sends all data available in the Traversa platform to parents and students. Data can be accessed through a specific Traversa Ride 360 web portal or by using the Traversa Ride 360 native mobile app for Android or iOS.

For school districts whose buses are equipped with GPS, including Tyler Telematic GPS, Traversa Ride 360 can use the bus’s location to let users know when to expect their bus each day.

According to Tyler, the app brings ease and accessibility to students and parents, and it reduces the number of support calls to school districts.

“Parents and students are more empowered by having information at their fingertips about their school bus, so they can get to school each day safely and on time,” said Ted Thien, general manager and vice president of Tyler’s transportation solutions group.

More information about the Traversa Ride 360 application is available here.

Related Topics: apps, GPS, routing, school bus stops

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