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MBTA announces 4 third-party app finalists

Posted on August 16, 2016

John Phelan
John Phelan

BOSTON — After launching a contest last month to evaluate and select a third-party app, MBTA announced the four finalists — Moovit, Transit App, Swiftly and Moovel — who presented their apps at a public forum, WBUR reports.

Related: MBTA extends contract with Masabi for mobile rail ticketing

All of the apps are free and currently available on iOS and Android, with the exception of Moovel, which launches early next week. Each app includes a variety of features, such as real-time schedules, custom notifications and information about alternate transportation options including Uber. MBTA will choose a winner on Sept. 6 and feature the selected app on its website. For the full story, click here.

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