Florida's Hillsborough Transit Authority Enhances Public Transit System Security

April 2007
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The article reports that the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) in Tampa, Florida conducted security enhancement initiatives for the improvement of operations on its municipal buses and streetcars. With its new program, HART would be able to prevent vandalism and theft, accelerate emergency response, and provide video evidence of significant events. Raymond Miller, executive director of HART, stated the importance of Verint Systems Inc. in improving the system.


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