Friday, October 05, 2007

Google Transit Launched!



Google Transit

Regions available so far...

United States

California
Bay Area (BART)
Burbank (Burbank Bus)
Humboldt County (Various)
Orange County (OCTA)
San Diego (MTS)
Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks Transit)
Bay Area (VTA)

Florida
Tampa (HART)

Hawaii
Honolulu (TheBus)

Minnesota
Duluth (Duluth Transit)

Nevada
Las Vegas (Monorail)
Reno (RTC RIDE)

Oregon
Eugene (Lane Transit District)
Portland (TriMet)

Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh (Port Authority)

Texas
Austin (Capital Metro)
Dallas (DART)

Virginia
Hampton Roads (HRT)

Washington
Seattle (King County Metro)


Asia

Japan
Japan (All regional and national rail networks, domestic airlines and ferries)

(Editor) Give it a try and let us know how the system works. Leave your reviews in the comments.

3 comments:

Suzie Q. said...

Well the Bay Area version only covers BART so far, but, it is pretty darn cool. It told me how to walk to the station and where to walk once I got where I was going.

It also listed the next three trains.

What can't Google do?

Anonymous said...

Checkout Hopstop.com. They already do the big transit cities.

Shinji said...

Why is all of Japan on Google so fast?

Is it true that the USA is not the Number 1 most important or modern nation in the world?