Weâ€™ve been working hard in the past few weeks to get TransitTimes+ ready for iOS 6, and weâ€™re glad to announce that it is now available and fully-integrated with the new Apple Maps app!
This means when you request public transit directions from the Maps app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you can use TransitTimes+ to find these directions!
Today TransitTimes+ 3.1 has been released for iOS, after being released on Android last week.
Highlights of this release include:
- Added the ability to reverse a directions search
- Added the ability to share trips returned from directions search on Facebook
- When viewing a live tracker, the travel path of the vehicle being tracked is now displayed
- When managing timetables, user is now prompted with nearest available timetable
- Fixed display of route codes in saved trip summary
- Minor improvements to trip planner instructions
- Miscellaneous stability improvements
You can download it now for iOS or Android from http://transittim.es.
This week (August 13-19) is Rail Safety Week in Australia:
Rail Safety Week (RSW) is an Australasian rail industry initiative that sees operators across Australia and New Zealand come together to promote rail safety messages for one week every year. Running from 13-19 August this year, RSW is now in its seventh year and will once again target local communities and the public, encouraging safety around railway lines.
Remember to be careful around trains! For more information, visitÂ http://www.railsafetyweek.com/
Today c|net released an article which recommended TransitTimes+ as a top iPad travel app!
c|net: Order these six iPad travel apps to go
You can download TransitTimes+ from http://transittim.es/get
The worldâ€™s biggest development banks have made a fundamental investment shift from roads to public transport, under a $175bn (Â£111bn) initiative to promote buses, trains and cycle lanes that was unveiled on Wednesday at the Rio+20 Earth summit.
Read more at The Guardian