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March 12, 2014

Bugs in Minn. Metro’s rail alert system irk riders

Riders say the electronic alerts for the Northstar Commuter line are often uninformative and arrive too late to be useful. A spokesman for Metro Transit says the system is still in beta testing and was rolled out before it was truly ready when delays on the line became frequent.


August 23, 2011

Dallas DART’s new website makes trip planning easier

The redesigned site includes a simpler presentation of DART's online trip planner, Google trip planner, real-time arrival information, stop locator, rider alerts, service advisories and social media.


July 8, 2009

Miami launches online rider alert system

Customers also can set up the new rider alert system to notify them on the operational status of Metrorail or Metromover station elevators and escalators. System also lets paratransit customers sign up to receive STS updates.


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