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Tourists can now see when the next Philly Phlash trolley is coming

No more waiting around for that purple trolley to come along — thanks to GPS.

Main Street in Newark. (Photo by Max Pixel, used under a Creative Commons license)

Tourists taking a ride on the Philly Phlash can now get real-time updates on where to catch the next trolley, thanks to GPS.

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The GPS technology is made by Bethlehem, Pa.-based Saucon Tech, said Albert Lee of the Independence Visitor Center, which operates the Phlash.

Last year, student tech crew nvigor redesigned the Phlash’s website.

Companies: Independence Visitor Center
People: Albert Lee

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