Port Authority adds bus routes to real-time tracking system
Port Authority officials on Friday said three bus routes were added to the transit agency's real-time tracking system, available online.
Routes 41 Bower Hill, 56 Lincoln Place and 88 Penn bring the total number of real-time tracked routes to eight, spokeswoman Heather Pharo said. The others are the P1, P3, 8 Perrysville, 48 Arlington and 86 Liberty.
Port Authority is in the midst of updating its entire system of buses and rail cars with real-time travel information available on the agency's website, portauthority.org. All bus routes are expected to be online by the end of the year. T routes are expected to be online sometime next year, officials said.
Two app developers are in the process of incorporating Port Authority data for smartphone apps, officials said.
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