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4 Responses to “Very cool way to track public transit in real time”

  1. znmeb says:

    We have some folks here in PDX that build things like that.

  2. RW says:

    All very well for landlubbers but old salts and jolly tars need

    Marine Traffic – Live Map

    This is a deep site (heh, heh), dive in and explore.

  3. NoKidding says:

    Cool. It could be a multi-billion dollar government contract with GPS receivers on every vehicle, satellite feeds, a dedicated fiber network, a building full of servers, a huge IT contract bid and a 24HR call center.

    Or they could just issue mass transit drivers an iPhone.

  4. ahernlj says:

    This was a much nicer experimental MTA interface, make sure your speakers are on: