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December 13, 2013

Vanderbilt U. offers student-designed van app in iTunes

Created to improve access to information on Vandy Vans, the university’s overnight campus shuttle. The app helps students plan trips, locate the van closest to them, and set reminders to alert them when a van is two minutes away from approaching their stops.


October 17, 2013

New OCTA Web page offers transit apps

The OCTA App Center showcases mobile and web apps packed with information about the transit system, making it easier for new and existing customers to determine schedules and plan trips. The page currently displays 15 free and paid apps for both Android and Apple iPhone.


July 15, 2011

Ottawa warns transit users about Twitter impostors

The agency claims that two Twitter accounts publishing updates on bus cancellations based on data pulled directly from OC Transpo’s website are unreliable. The agency does not have a Twitter account.


July 11, 2011

Toronto Transit debuts real-time arrival information

Allows transit customers to receive information on when the next buses — up to six succeeding — will arrive at any specific bus stop. Next-vehicle information is available for more than 9,300 TTC bus stops inside Toronto.


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