The Transit Wire has updated look. The crisp new design is also functional, automatically adapting to screens of all sizes — from smartphones to desktops.
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A reminder for readers of The Transit Wire who subscribe to the blog’s RSS feed. Google Reader will be discontinued effective July 1.
The Transit Wire reached a milestone today: 3,000 posts since the site was launched nearly four years ago.
You’ll see some changes to The Transit Wire starting this week. I’m adding photos to the main site and launched a mobile version.
At long last, The Transit Wire has a Twitter account. Please follow us at http://www.twitter.com/thetransitwire.
Posts will be a little sparse next week, but The Transit Wire will have new stories starting January 3.
About 75% of survey respondents said they could not see the YouTube video posted on The Transit Wire, so I’m going to disable that feature and return to photographs.
Please take this quick one-question poll to let me know if you can see the video clip on this page.
The Transit Wire had a face lift this weekend. Major changes include a more streamlined look and feel and an updated list of social media links.
The Transit Wire editor Susan Bregman is the consultant for a TCRP synthesis study on uses of social media in public transportation. She’s looking for US and Canadian transit agencies to participate in an online survey for the study.