Where is that bloody train?

Some guys in London have come up with a cool website to enable people to track where trains are.  This would be SO useful with buses, where delays seem more frequent and less predictable or easy to track.  Riders should be able to call or view online where buses are to gauge how to adjust their plans, particularly if they’ve just missed a bus that’s not coming again for another 10+ minutes.  Greater access to where trains and buses are would greatly enhance transit ridership.  More here.


One response to “Where is that bloody train?

  1. Interesting…and have you seen Clever Commute? It solves for this general issue for suburban rail in NY/NJ/CT as well as Boston and Chicago (Full disclosure: I run Clever Commute)

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