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October 07, 2007


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It seems to do a good job also of connecting different transit systems for a single trip and I like that it provides walking times along with a comparison with driving cost.

It's still missing several import SF Bay Area transit providers, unfortunately, giving schedules for only VTA and BART. SF Muni, Caltrain, SamTrans, AC Transit are all missing among others, along with all of the various free shuttle services. I realize the transit agencies are the ones that must provide schedule and route info to Google and that it's not that difficult for them to do.

John Smith

check out the original mass-transit trip planning service

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