The MTA has archived all its digital alerts—more than 58,600 entries—since the program started in Oct. 2008, the agency announced today.
There are other digital improvements, too. The TripPlanner+ will feature real-time info on current service disruptions, so you can plan to avoid certain routes. The MTA website is also easier to navigate. For example, the “About the MTA” tab has been appropriately renamed “MTA Info” and has fewer links on one page.
In a news release, MTA chairman Joseph Lhota calls the the MTA “the most transparent public transportation agency in the world.”
Do you agree? Has the MTA done a good job of communicating with riders?
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