This project was funded by Tri-Met and Transportation Northwest (TransNow) Regional Center under the sponsorship of the Department of Transportation UTC Grant Program.
Bus occupants, Travel time -- Data processing, Information storage and retrieval systems -- Applications for local transit -- Evaluation
Transit Time Internet Access (TTIA) is a World Wide Web (WWW) application which delivers real-time bus schedule information to users of the Internet. TTIA allows a bus rider to request and receive schedule deviation information about a specific bus at a specific timepoint. This report explains the design of TTIA, the specifics of the implementation, the issues of scope, the problems that were encountered and some conclusions.
Vorvick, Janet and Dueker, Kenneth, "Transit Time Internet Access" (1998). Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports. 36.
Catalog Number DP97-2.
Prepared for presentation at Transportation Research Board 1998 Annual Meeting. Revised for Publication in Transportation Research Record.
A product of the Center for Urban Studies, College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland State University.