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July 29, 2013

Texas paratransit unveils mobile friendly website

Will allow riders on-the-go access to ride schedules and services.


May 23, 2013

S.F. MTA to launch new website

The site will be easier to navigate and mobile device-friendly, designed to work on any smartphone or tablet. It will provide home page access to trip planning, service alerts from both 511 and the agency’s Twitter feed, and a “latest news” section.


April 25, 2013

BART launches estimated train crowding feature

When using the QuickPlanner website or mobile site, the trip plan will show an icon with three heads, two heads or one head — indicating “heavy crowding expected,” “moderate crowding expected” or “light crowding expected.”


March 28, 2013

D.C. Metro launches new mobile website

Features include real-time train arrival times, number of cars and destination for any of Metro's rail stations; Next Bus, which uses a customer's GPS location to display bus arrival predictions for all nearby bus stops; and Service Nearby, letting customers to see all bus and rail transit service near their current location.


November 6, 2012

ABC unveils mobile website

Offers a simplified home page with one-touch access to search ABC’s pre-owned inventory, view new coach models, learn about ABC’s refurbishment programs and connect with ABC via social media networks.


May 12, 2011

BART upgrades mobile website

Will better accommodate the growing number of riders seeking BART information on the go, with a trip planner for GPS-enabled phones; information about parking, bicycles, connecting transit and other neighborhood details for each of the system's 44 stations; and a carbon calculator.


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