August 10, 2012
The new design incorporates user feedback and current web best practices to make the website more user friendly and employs a new content management system to improve functionality.
March 12, 2012
Redesign includes Google Transit Trip Planner and more.
August 23, 2011
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.
May 25, 2011
The redesigned site features an enhanced Trip Planner, an App Center that offers a gallery of apps for iPhone and Android, and a Ways to Save section includes direct links to pages promoting travel savings.
May 12, 2011
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.
April 7, 2011
The new website features an improved trip planner with interactive maps that provide more information about transit connections and the locations of stations, stops and parking. A “New Rider Guide" link provides easy access to basic information about Sound Transit services.
October 14, 2009
Site includes an expansion of the popular “DepartureVision” feature, which enables customers to view train departure screens on their computer or mobile device. The feature is now available at most NJ Transit rail stations.
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