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Version 1.17.0 released on September 27, 2016
Two key improvements:
- Trip duration estimates now better incorporate real-time information
- The UI now indicates when predictions are based on scheduled rather than real-time data. Our goal is to provide the most-accurate transit information, but the reality is that is not always possible, such as when there are issues with the location hardware on vehicles. If we are unable to provide predictions based on real-time information, we now indicate this by adding a clock icon next to the prediction and hiding the to-the-second countdown
Version 1.14.0 released on September 13, 2016
First, welcome aboard Tahoe Transportation District and Vancouver's TransLink! We had a lot of requests from our Los Angeles users for expanded coverage, and we are happy to announce that Swiftly now supports both LADOT and Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus as well.
We are also rolling out push notifications for select agencies. At the bottom of a route detail screen, if your agency is supported, you can subscribe to push notifications when there is an official service alert for your specific route.
Until next time, safe travels!
Version 1.11.0 released on August 07, 2016
Welcome aboard, Boston's MBTA and San Francisco's PresidiGo Shuttle! We have also continued to fine tune and optimize the app under the hood. A big thanks to all of you for the continued support and feedback.
Version 1.10.0 released on June 25, 2016
New features and expanded coverage coming in hot!
Let's start with our expanded coverage:
For our Bay Area users, welcome aboard both Caltrain and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). As for new regions, we'd like to formally welcome Portland TriMet, Denver RTD, LA Metro, and Eastern Sierra Transit (ESTA) as supported agencies within Swiftly.
For our Bart and Caltrain users, we have redesigned the arrival time screens. You can now specify a destination station and receive tailored upcoming departures, more readily access the map, and quickly change stations. Under the hood, our predictive algorithms only continue to learn and get smarter. We still have plenty of room for improvement, but we are encouraged by the progress we are making. We want to thank each and every one of you for using our app and helping us make transit better.