We Help You Be Agile and Do More With Less
Let us apply our 40+ years of experience in building better transportation solutions for your community.
You can rest easy in our analysis. Edulog has 40+ years of experience working with districts and transportation providers in 49 US states and 4 Canadian Provinces.
Your transportation system has plenty of variables. Edulog Service Level Management has the team and the software tools to assess your data, identify potential red flags, and highlight areas requiring focus.
Your school district has unique requirements and policies. Edulog makes sure your transportation department meets them by finding the right answers for you.
We will help you get the most out of your routing software, so that you can manage your transportation department with greater confidence in your data.
Peace of Mind
One of the benefits of investing in an Edulog system is the ability to create safe and effective routes. With our tools and expertise, we can help you achieve a more efficient and economical student transportation system.
Stops and Trips
Have more confidence when managing your student-level data, from the trips they take to the stops they are assigned to. Edulog can break down your stops and trip data to help you better understand it, and how to utilize the software to manage them effectively.
Runs and Routes
Visualizing different aspects of your run data will help to fill in the big picture. It can help measure your efficiency and identify areas for improvement. We can provide additional insight into how your runs behave and reveal potential data issues.
Special Needs Transportation is highly-individualized and subject to frequent changes that can impact accuracy. We can help you define and manage this in your Edulog dataset and gauge your district’s transportation usage throughout the day.
Maintaining an acceptable level of quality in your transportation data is crucial. To improve the decision-making process, a district should periodically assess the quality of its data. Understanding the complexities of transportation data can be challenging, but with some practice and the proper tools, a district can take better control of its system.