…and 2 new API endpionts, too. But more on those later.
I’m proud to say that there is now a dashboard for the entire Regional Rail system. It is present on both the front page and the “SEPTA System Stats” page:
This new dashboard makes it straightforward to determine the status of the entire Regional Rail system at a glance. Continue reading “Introducing the SEPTA Regional Rail System Dashboard!”
On the heels of yesterday’s post, I’ve introduced dashboards for train lines.
The dashboard will provide a snapshot of the current status of the line, namely the number of trains, average lateness, and how many trains are over 5 minutes late. Continue reading “Train Line Dashboards Now Available”
I’m pleased to announce that dashboards are now available on train views.
Prior to the introduction of the dashboard, it was difficult to tell if a train was running, what route it was on, and what station it was at. This new dashboard makes use of the “latest” API endpoint described in the previous post to provide a snapshot of the current status of the train. Continue reading “Train Dashboards Now Available”