News Tagged With: gps-tracking
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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.


June 17, 2013

U. of North Ala. boosts fees to pay for bus app

The fee, which will go from $22 to $24, will go toward equipping buses with GPS so students can access route data via their smartphones, as well as help pay for maintenance and drivers.


April 22, 2013

U. of Texas-Dallas bus system adds GPS tracking

The new GPS service is the latest technology upgrade provided. Free Wi-Fi was launched last fall, giving students the ability to do homework or check email while riding the bus.


October 15, 2012

Baylor app to track after-hours shuttle

Students can view live GPS data of the location of the After Hours shuttle by downloading the free Ride Systems app for both iPhone and Droid at the school's website. The system provides the location of the shuttle updated every 10 seconds.


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