that's awesome. i wish our public transit system would get on the ball here.
one complaint about the iPhone while traveling. i left the USA on Sept 1 and an update came out about a week later. when we got to Paris, i spent time finding the right public transit application and tried to get it only to be informed that i needed the latest update on my iPhone to get any applications. so here i was thousands of miles from my computer to sync and update my iPhone and the app store was off limits and so was my ability to use the apps i needed at the moment.
Nice that TO's got that. I've been using a very similar app for the Montreal Transit Corp. for a while now myself. Since I don't have a car and rely on public transit to go places, it really helps me with the time and schedules. I'm not sure ours has GPS though, so that should be a bonus on your side!
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