APTA membership For Urban Solar

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APTA membership For Urban Solar

Urban Solar is pleased to confirm their membership with the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). Urban Solar manufacturers solar powered LED lighting systems for transit shelters and bus stops. Coupling powerful LED technology and intuitive power management with environmentally friendly solar power, Urban Solar provides transit users, drivers and officials with a safe, green, economical and practical bus stop amenity.

APTA is the leading force in advancing public transportation. APTA members are public organizations that are engaged in the areas of bus, paratransit, light rail, commuter rail, subways, waterborne passenger services, and high-speed rail. Members also include large and small companies who plan, design, construct, finance, supply, and operate bus and rail services worldwide. Government agencies, metropolitan planning organizations, state departments of transportation, academic institutions, and trade publications are also part of our membership.

To strengthen and improve public transportation, APTA serves and leads its diverse membership through advocacy, innovation and information sharing. APTA and its members and staff work to ensure that public transportation is available and accessible for all Americans in communities across the country.

“We are pleased to add APTA to our growing list of transit associations. Our membership with APTA is a strong statement to our commitment in the public transit industry,” states Jeff Peters, Urban Solar’s President. “Urban Solar’s core product lines are designed for the transit industry, specifically for safety, branding and advertising amenities at bus stops and shelters”.

From our customers:

“Urban Solar’s technology adapts to our short, overcast winter days and offers a remarkable and reliable product. It enhances passenger’s safety and operator visibility.”

– Jeff Brewster, Intercity Transit

“The new Urban Solar improvements and technology have increased ridership more than 20 percent and decreased costs by about 35 percent.”

– Richard Tree, Porterville Transit

“Initial costs to supply and install these lights are lower compared to conventional systems. We will do more of these installations as pathway lighting needs arise.”

– Gary Darrah, District of Saanich