Category Archives: google

>Metro trip planner problems

> Other than wanting to find out if they could be paid, the other reason Metro said they were not working on partnering with Google for their transit mapping service was the quality and availability of Metro’s own trip planner. … Continue reading

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>What’s left for WMATA and Google Transit?

> The Washington Post reported back in March that Metro had finally decided to release its transit schedule and routing information using the open Google Transit Feed Specification format. But a little while ago, I tweeted that WMATA and MBTA … Continue reading

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>Metro declines to partner with Google Transit

> Three years after the launch of Google Transit, which gives directions using transit on Google Maps, and after constant requests by riders and bloggers, WMATA’s Director of Customer Service, Brett Tyler, announced their decision that participating in Google Transit … Continue reading

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>Google Transit – Unofficial Transit Feeds Clearinghouse

> There’s an active Google Transit development community, both professional and amateur.  I just read this announcement on the “Transit Developers” Google Group: I’m happy to share with this list details about a project I have been working on to … Continue reading

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>Upcoming WMATA story possibilities

> WMATA’s press office has told me that I should have my requested interview with the Smartrip manager this week, so if you have any questions please post them in the comments.  Right now I’m going to be concentrating on … Continue reading

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>Google Chrome

>I’m excited about Google Chrome. That is all. HT:Googleblog

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