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January 10, 2011

Toronto, Edmonton launch text notification systems

Both systems are customizable and free of charge, with standard text messaging rates still applying.


October 26, 2010

NJ Transit launches bus schedule text system

Based on a system of bus stop ID numbers — unique five-digit numbers the agency has assigned to each of its bus stops — My Bus enables customers who have cell phones with SMS (text messaging) capabilities to receive bus schedule information for a specific stop directly to their phones.


November 30, 2009

Calif.'s OCTA launches text messaging program

Campaign is expected to reduce the nearly 2,000 bus status and route inquiries received daily, reducing total call center volume by as much as 25 percent.


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