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March 4, 2014

Utah adds tracking app for Google Glass

The state decided to test the capabilities of the cutting-edge technology as a way to continue offering mobile services to its growing number of users.


March 28, 2013

Google Maps adding more live transit info

New York City, Washington, D.C. and Salt Lake City users can now access live departure times on rail lines.


October 10, 2012

Canadian agency partners with INIT, Google

YRT/Viva is the first transit agency in Canada to offer real-time trip planning on Google with up-to-the-minute next bus departure information.


August 15, 2012

Metro-North continues real-time rollout

Poughkeepsie, which serves nearly 2,000 customers each day, becomes the seventh station in the Metro-North system to have LCD monitors that provide detailed information, such as departure or arrival time, track assignment and status, for the next nine trains, including Amtrak trains.


January 24, 2012

N.Y. MTA 'Bus Time' expanding to Bronx

The popular digital system currently allows Staten Island customers to track the real-time location of their buses via the Internet, smart phone or text message.


December 21, 2011

Metrolink, Caltrans post train commute times on freeway

Train and highway travel times are being displayed weekdays on the northbound Interstate 5 and westbound State Route 91 electronic signs located closest to the Anaheim and Fullerton train stations.


December 12, 2011

Wash. State riders to benefit from AVL, GPS mapping

When the AVL system is fully integrated, riders will be able to look online to see where buses are located, see if there are delays, and see the exact times for pick-up and delivery to their destinations. New phone applications are also being developed to streamline the information.


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