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December 12, 2011

Yale preparing for winter season

The new communications and cancellation decisions put in place were prompted by the 19 inches of snow on Jan. 12, 2011, which canceled Yale Shuttle operations for much of the day.


November 1, 2011

Chicago Transit joins Facebook, Twitter

Also launching is the CTA Budget Ideas Board — an online feedback forum for the proposed 2012 budget — and the new CTA Updates, a subscription text/email service for customers to receive alerts on any unplanned events affecting service.


March 23, 2010

King County selects Eurotech for communications

Under the contract, Eurotech will deliver the DuraMAR to Metro in 2010 and 2011, with the option to provide additional routers for public safety vehicles and up to six years of extended warranty support.


January 28, 2010

New CDTA Website to enhance service

Agency surveyed its users to find out how they use the site, the features and information that are most important to its customers, and to assess their ability and desire to use online and mobile applications.


January 26, 2010

N.Y. MTA enhances email, text alerts

The MTA plans to send out a survey to its 70,000 email and text message alert subscribers in February to ask for advice on how to improve it.


June 11, 2009

AT&T to offer wireless in CTA subways

Installation and testing of AT&T's base equipment - comprised of amplifiers, transmitters and receivers - within the subway will take place over the next several months.


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