More real time


Adelaide Metro’s Real Time Passenger Information system has been extended to include more services

November 20, 2013

More passengers are now able to access real time information after the success of Adelaide Metro’s Real Time Passenger Information system, which was launched on O-Bahn services recently.

Passengers now using buses in the North Eastern suburbs, Inner Northern and Southern suburbs or any tram service can access real-time passenger information with more than 3500 stops now connected to the service.

Transport Services Minister Chloe Fox says: "the information shows not only how far away a specific bus is to their stop, but also if that bus is wheelchair accessible".

Commuters can log onto the Adelaide Metro website, access the real-time information and know exactly when their service will be arriving via GPS technology installed in vehicles as part of the Metrocard ticketing system.

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is continuing to progressively roll out the real time system to more than 8000 bus, train and tram stops and stations across the network.

Customers can check the Adelaide Metro website to see if their stops have been added to the real-time system.

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