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March 21, 2014

N.Y. MTA advances real-time bus info

In the three months since the release of official apps for railroad customers, LIRR Train Time and Metro-North Train Time, approximately 120,000 people have downloaded the apps for iPhone and Android.


March 13, 2014

DoubleMap acquires TapRide

The acquisition will enable the company to provide a single solution for real-time mobile mapping, ride hailing, and vehicle tracking for public transportation and any organization that moves passengers.


February 3, 2014

Northwestern U. adds real-time bus tracking

The system, run by Ind.-based company DoubleMap, intends to end issues with late or absent shuttles.


October 8, 2013

N.Y. MTA expands real-time bus tracking

This is the third borough to offer MTA Bus Time on its buses. The agency is on track to offer MTA Bus Time on every bus route in New York City in the next six months.


June 18, 2012

Real-time bus schedule app gets fed funding

The smartphone app Tiramisu has been in use in Pittsburgh since the summer of 2011 and is available for iPhone and Android phones. Thus far, users have recorded more than 30,000 trips on Port Authority of Allegheny County buses and trains.


February 14, 2011

Pa.'s Lehigh U. adds real-time bus tracking

Students will now be able to find the exact location of their bus using their laptop or cell phone and wait in a safe and environment controlled building until they see their bus approach their location.


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