May 22, 2014
Greyhound and Greyhound Express travel options will now appear in bus scheduling website wanderu.com’s search results. Wanderu’s 25 transportation partners cover more than 80% of the east and west coasts of the U.S., according to the company.
January 9, 2014
The intermodal navigation feature of its My Remote app for its i3 electric car integrates public transportation options when planning how to get to a destination. The feature can also be used to avoid traffic congestion or problems finding available parking.
September 20, 2011
The sleek, stainless steel enclosure supports a large screen with a colorful display, offering customers information about their entire trip, from planning with Trip Planner, real-time service status, escalator and elevator status, and local neighborhood maps.
March 29, 2011
As part of joining the program, its website now has the Google Transit Trip Planner widget. This widget makes it possible to input the departing and destination information and it will link over to the Google Maps page with the entire list of detailed trip planning information.
September 4, 2009
Transit planning information is also accessible by cellular phones, such as iPhone, Blackberry, WindowsMobile, S60, and other Java enabled phones.
July 10, 2009
Metro is the latest major transit agency to enter the Google Transit Partner Program. Google will have access to transit route and schedule data for the nearly 200 bus lines and five rail lines Metro operates within Los Angeles County.
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