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BART Wireless

BART Wireless QuickPlanner shows schedules for trains from San Francisco Bay Area’s Rapid Transit system optimized for wireless devices. Try with TestiPhone

AppSafari review of BART Wireless was written by on August 6th, 2007 and categorized under Calendar, Travel, Utilities. Page viewed 6672 times, 2 so far today. Need help on using these apps? Please read the Help Page.

7 Comments to “BART Wireless”

  1. this is not as good as what you get on the treo

    id like a way to save my most frequent trip

    for me its

    PH to 24th current day current time with bikes

    I have like 4 routes like that that I check all the time.

    At least it would be good to be able to define them as bookmarks, but for that you’d need a way to say current time – as opposed to having the page generate the time.

    Also the layout could be improved.

    I think with the number of tech weenies in the SF Bay Area, it would be worth it to have an iPhone specific wireless UI. – Especially given that Apple is the home team!

  2. I agree! we really need an iPhone Bart app, badly. Any takers?

    I wonder if BART provides an API for developers? I know google maps has bart information as well so that might be a way to go as well.

  3. yeah google is an option, but I’d really like to get something just for bart that is optimized…

    I sent bart a comment.

    My main thing is that I would like the have a few bart bookmarks that will show me current results from my stations. I dont want to have to enter the stations every time.

  4. When I got my iPhone, one of the things I missed was the little Windows Mobile BART app. I don’t take BART regularly, but maybe once or twice a month so I don’t have the times memorized.

    I ended up creating a iPhone BART web app. It basically provides the same info but in a more iPhone friendly layout.

    You can also bookmark your trip reqwests. If you choose current time, your bookmark will will be the “current time” whenever you check.

    http://ibart.tienshiao.org/

  5. BART put out a trip planner for Palm devices that I used and loved. I’m in the minority probably, but as an iPod Touch user I’d like to see a standalone BART application similar to the Palm app, as opposed to one that relies on a data connection. Better yet, a bay-area-wide transit trip-planning application.

  6. Check out the native iBART app for the iPhone. People seem to really like it

  7. iBART app! I love it!!!!

    http://www.appsafari.com/travel/8117/ibart/

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