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DEC 2014 -JAN 2015

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2015 TRANSIT SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY DECEMBER 2014/JANUARY 2015 | | Mass Transit | 37 First Transit 600 Vine Street, Suite 1400 Cincinnati, OH 45202 Ph: 513.241.2200 Angie Shafer, Marketing Manager A leading provider of passenger transportation contract and man- agement services. We offer solu- tions for fixed-route, paratransit, shuttle, call center, brokerages, bus line inspection, operation monitor- ing and more. Five Star Electric Corp. Flashlightsonline FleetBoss GPS FleetMatics Flexaust Fluxco Interactive Inc. Flypaper Studio Inc. FMNA, LLC 150 Gordon Dr. Exton, PA 19341 Ph: 610.265.3610 Jeff Krueger, Director of Product Development Ray Melleady, Managing Director, North America Joe Mirabile, Director of Business Development A leading manufacturer of high pressure watermist fire suppression systems for engine compartments and enclosed spaces. The UL Certified FMNA Watermist system attacks all 3 areas of the fire trian- gle; blanketing the fuel, choking the fire, and cooling the engine to stop re-ignition. After an event, clean-up is easy and fast Freedman Seating Company 4545 W. Augusta Blvd. Chicago, IL 60651 Ph: 800.443.4540 Dan Cohen, Executive Vice President Freedman Seating produces seats for every type of bus, coach, and rail car. For 120 years, Freedman has delivered quality seats on time, every time. Freedman GO-ES Seat The slim, light-weight Freedman GO-ES Seat is designed for easy cus- tomization. The innovative SplitFlip option can accommodate varying combinations for added aisle space. ❱❱ G Gatekeeper Systems, Inc. 301-31127 Wheel Avenue Abbotsford, , CA V2T 6H1 Ph: 604.864.6187 Doug Dyment, President/CEO GSI's mobile video security solutions record real-time video audio, live- stream, mapping and vehicle sensors to create a total picture of opera- tions and ensure passenger safety. Cameras High resolution cameras designed for extreme environments. Built in audio, wide dynamic range, lane infraction cameras and small foot print for installation in confined spaces. For more information, visit

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