Transit agencies in the Central Willamette Valley have decided to use the Google Transit Partner Program as the regional provider of fixed and real-time transit information.
Transit on Google Maps is a public transportation planning tool that combines the latest agency data with the power of Google Maps. It integrates transit stop, route, schedule, and fare information to make trip planning quick and easy for everyone. Google Maps is available in 12 different languages and is compatible with screen readers for the visually impaired. The Transit on Google Maps feature is available on selected mobile devices through Google Maps for mobile. Public transportation information is also included in Google Earth.
Google Transit is free. Agencies just have to provide their data in a format compatible with Google's requirements. Several regional transit providers are currently working with Google Transit to get their data integrated: CTS, Valley Retriever, Hut Shuttle, and Greyhound.
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