Waiting for the Bus Is About to Get Less Bad

“American public transit agencies have been doing something in the last decade or so to better themselves: collecting real-time transit data and making it available to the public. That’s the info that helps you figure out when rides will actually show up in a given place. The data has made it possible for over 600 American transit agencies to integrate with Google Maps. This is, of course, very useful to riders in those places, mostly bigger cities.”

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