The Port Authority says the project encompasses three mobile applications and four websites where real-time transit data is readily available for the millions of people who live, work, and travel across the New York and New Jersey region each day.
The Port Authority says the project includes the development of three mobile applications – RidePATH, CrossingTime and MyTerminal – that convey real-time transit information for regional train, car, and bus travelers.
RidePATH keeps PATH riders informed of real-time train arrivals and service alerts; CrossingTime provides real-time traffic data for the Port Authority’s six bridge and tunnel crossings, and My Terminal communicates detailed service updates for Port Authority Bus Terminal commuters. In 2018, the mobile applications achieved 65,000 downloads and 25,000 daily users.
The Port Authority says the project incorporates responsive and user-friendly websites for John F. Kennedy International, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty International and New York Stewart International airports.