Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

For over 6 years, 42 Christie digital projectors run without fail
Posted 4/13/2010

The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) plays a key role in fulfilling the transportation requirements of Boston area residents and visitors.

On average, each weekday, travelers make almost 1.3 million trips via 183 bus routes, 3 rapid transit lines, 5 streetcar routes, 4 trackless trolley lines and 13 commuter rail routes. The MBTA is always striving to improve the on-time performance of their commuter rail system.

The Operations Control Center (OCC) manages subway and light rail service which run on four very active lines. Covering an area of 70 feet a curved video wall displays track circuits, train status and station security information. All of the content on the wall is configured by customized software.

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