Bus fleet and passenger rail operators rely on our integrated transportation solutions to maintain the highest security for passengers and staff, and ensure they can respond immediately to emergency situations.

Our RideSafe mobile solution offers the capabilities authorities need to:

  • Download recorded video automatically when vehicles approach a station or depot with wireless connectivity, thanks to a time-saving wireless download feature
  • Protect themselves from false liability claims using crystal-clear video evidence
  • Ensure video is there when needed, thanks to our ruggedized recorders designed for reliability in harsh mobile environments
  • Take advantage of mobile managed services - from the health monitoring of cameras, NVRs and other components to system audits and training
Bus Driver Saves Woman - Video

NFTA Bus Driver Saves Woman from Jumping off Bridge

Watch this remarkable video footage of Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) bus driver Darnell Barton as he stops a woman from jumping off a roadway bridge. The video, captured by a March Networks mobile surveillance solution, ends with Barton receiving a standing ovation from his passengers.

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Toronto Transit Shooter

Vivid Surveillance Video Evidence Helps Convict TTC Bus Shooter

“ The images from this surveillance video are breathtakingly clear, capturing a crime that takes your breath away. ”

This disturbing mid-afternoon incident was captured on a Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) bus equipped with a March Networks mobile video system. The man’s defence lawyer stated that the Blu-ray quality of the video shows the power of the system and that individuals who engage in unlawful behavior will be found by the police.

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Clear Video Evidence Helps Identify Man Following Assault on California Bus

“ They have one of the best surveillance systems I’ve ever seen. We have several angles, and the sound is good. This dangerous predator is [now] off the street. ”

A 48-year-old man who allegedly molested a teenage girl on an Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) bus was identified thanks to crystal-clear video captured by a March Networks 5308 Mobile DVR system. A parole officer contacted authorities after recognizing the man from video footage featured in a television news report following the incident. A Sheriff Department spokesperson credited OCTA’s March Networks surveillance system for helping to catch the suspect.

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