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SEPTA ‘Trick or Tweet’ to launch real-time updates on route-specific Twitter accounts Oct. 31 [UPDATED]

SEPTA will launch Monday, Oct. 31, “enhanced access to real time information” on customizable Twitter accounts. Find the Twitter accounts at septa.org/alert/twitter.html Though @SEPTA shares system-wide delays, these route-specific details will keep transit riders up to speed on their most commonly used lines. The announcement follows SEPTA’s involvement in a recent hackathon. Updated: In addition, […]

SEPTA will launch Monday, Oct. 31, “enhanced access to real time information” on customizable Twitter accounts.
Find the Twitter accounts at septa.org/alert/twitter.html
Though @SEPTA shares system-wide delays, these route-specific details will keep transit riders up to speed on their most commonly used lines. The announcement follows SEPTA’s involvement in a recent hackathon.
Updated: In addition, the email and SMS alerts of “ReadyNotifyPA will be changed so you can get alerts for those same lines, and of course, the API lets you query alerts for individual lines or get a dump of all of them at once,” adds Mike Zaleski, from the SEPTA emerging technologies team.

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