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L.A.’s Metrolink unveils new mobile Website

Bus| November 17, 2010
Riders can visit the site from Web-enabled cellular devices to access service updates on Metrolink’s Twitter feed; a Google Transit trip planner; news and commuter updates; information about each Metrolink station; and special offers and promotions.

Amtrak joins Twitter

Rail| March 18, 2010
By monitoring and “listening” to Twitter conversations about Amtrak, the rail provider seeks to better respond to passenger comments and service-related inquiries, provide updates on service enhancements and post information on promotions and events.
University| October 12, 2009

Ala. uses Twitter, Facebook for campus traffic info

Students can quickly find out which streets and sidewalks will be closed due to construction, road repairs or special events.
University| July 13, 2009

Texas school's transport services to use Twitter

Parking Services plans to update the Twitter feed to give students more information about special events, lot maintenance and other activities that may affect parking availability.
Bus| July 7, 2009

Port Authority upgrades Website, joins Twitter

New interactive Website allows riders to access schedules and destination information more easily. Passengers also can follow the agency's PATH Twitter account for service information and customer service questions.
Bus| July 1, 2009

SEPTA launches schedule info on Google Transit

Other web tools in the works include real-time arrival information for the agency's Regional Rail system and providing customer updates on Twitter.
University| June 15, 2009

Merced County Transit joins Twitter

Through Twitter, Merced County Transit followers will receive real-time updates on their cell phones and computers regarding route delays, service changes, and special announcements.
Bus| May 25, 2009

Twitter largely untapped by campus bus services

One exception is Auburn University’s Tiger Transit in Auburn, Ala., which uses Twitter to inform student riders about issues with the transit system, such as route delays, temporary stop relocations and when the transit system itself has to be temporarily shut down.
Bus| March 25, 2009

D.C. Metro adds Twitter page

Social networking tool provides another avenue to communicate with customers, reaching a segment of the Metro riding population who readily turn to portable electronic devices for information.
Bus| March 10, 2009

Washington transit joins blogosphere

King County Metro Transit’s “KCNews” blog, combined with the use of Twitter, caused the number of “KCNews” Twitter followers to nearly double to 1,108.

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