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TransSee is a transit prediction Web App that supports Toronto TTC, New York MTA, LA Metro and many other agencies.
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TransSee Jul 17
Replying to @GRT_ROW @Qutrit1 and 3 others
One would think this could have been worked on during the many months when the start of service was delayed.
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TransSee Jul 13
Replying to @tysmo
If you do "Show all branches", it will show up under the branch to Niagara Falls. It should be handling it better.
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TransSee Jul 13
New feature: You can now choose the time zone that the times are displayed in, as well as select 24 hour time. The default is still the local time of the transit agency, but you can choose to use your browser's time zone or one of the North American time zones.
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TransSee Jul 12
predictions aren't working for agencies including and
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TransSee Jul 6
The countdown to arrivals will now be based on the difference between the arrival time and your browser time, which should be more accurate. The old method can be enabled in the settings.
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TransSee Jul 6
the previous GTFS schedule ended yesturday, but the new one doesn't start until tomorrow. I got predictions for TransSee working by extending the previous schedule to include today.
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Grand River Transit Jul 3
Replying to @jordholl @rideIONrt
Hi Jordan, we're working on correcting some errors in the data feed from the trains, so we can merge them into our real-time feed. This feeds Google Maps, Transit and other apps.
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TransSee Jul 2
Starting today TransSee ads will be running inside buses. The first person to send me (via Tweet of email) a picture of an ad get 1 month Premium for free.
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TransSee Jul 1
Replying to @BurlONTransit
Nothing is showing up on the prediction or bus tracking probably because the holiday schedule hasn't been included in the GTFS schedule data.
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TransSee Jun 29
Replying to @BurlONTransit
Thanks for fixing this. I was getting worried because my ad campaign for TransSee in Burlington buses starts in a couple days and was I was worried it wouldn't be working.
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TransSee Jun 29
New feature: I have replaced the "Search Routes and Stops" with a search using 's system that lets you search addresses, landmarks or store names. It will search around your location by GPS or, for pages with maps, the area you have selected on the map.
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TransSee Jun 29
Your real time data feed on has stopped working.
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TransSee Jun 27
Replying to @TransitFan84
Thanks for letting know. I've fixed this.
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TransSee Jun 25
Replying to @TTCnotices
My shuttle bus tracker is running at
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TransSee Jun 25
Replying to @NYCTBus @fastiller
Looks like it was bus 4223 and it went out of service by 93 Av.
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Grand River Transit Jun 23
Real-time departure information for ION light rail will not be available tomorrow, and passenger displays will not be showing next departures. Our trip planning tools and apps will show scheduled departure times. We are working to resolve this issue.
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TransSee Jun 23
Watch the progress of the pride bus as it travels the parade route at
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TransSee Jun 23
Replying to @robtech_6507
Thanks for letting me know. This has been fixed. Do you know which routes typically use articulated buses?
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TransSee Jun 23
Replying to @TTCnotices @TTChelps
The TransSee shuttle tracking is running at
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TransSee Jun 21
Congratulations to Kitchener-Waterloo on the return of streetcar service today. Because of the limitations of the tracking system used, TransSee predictions and vehicle tracking will not be available until the start of scheduled service on Monday, June 24th.
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