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September 23, 2013

St. Louis U. launches bus tracking app

The DoubleMap tracking service, which provides a web application for public transit users, was installed on all four of the campus shuttles.


July 22, 2013

NextBus tech helps East Carolina U. improve transit

The service, which allows students to track their bus from anywhere using the mobile phone app or computer, has helped students track buses during the summer sessions, as the buses don't run as often.


September 11, 2012

Miami-Dade Transit unveils Android tracking app

Similar to the agency’s Transit Tracker iPhone app, the Transit Tracker for Android allows transit users to view bus schedules by bus stop and connecting bus routes; view real-time Metrorail train arrival times, including the ability map the location of trains as they approach a station; and plan a trip using Google trip planner.


February 16, 2012

Megabus launches bus tracking app

Passengers on Midwest and Southeast routes can use Megabus USA to determine the estimated time of arrival for their bus and find bus stop locations.


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