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WMATA Website Lauches in Beta

Posted by Bret Peters on Jul 20, 2016 6:55:23 PM
Bret Peters

Fig Leaf Software launches the Beta version of the new Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA) website: http://beta.wmata.com. 

The fully responsive and mobile first the new website features include:
 
  • Trip Planner - giving mobile users access to Metro's website trip planner, including ability to plan a trip by bus, rail or both
  • Next Train - shows real-time train arrival times, number of cars and destination for any of Metro's 86 rail stations
  • Next Bus - uses a customer's GPS location to display bus arrival predictions for all nearby bus stops
  • Service Nearby - allows customers to see all bus and rail transit service near their current location
  • Elevator Status - shows out-of-service elevators and alternate shuttle bus options
  • Alerts & Advisories - provides continually updated service information from Metro's control centers via the MetroAlerts system. Urgent service messages are displayed in red on the home screen
  • Call Transit Police - allows customers to quickly initiate a phone call to Metro Transit Police should the need arise

Read the Case Study 

Topics: jquery, Content Strategy, Website Redesign, content management, Government, UI/UX

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