In 2008, Google Transit pulled up into the New York and New Jersey areas and took in a few passengers.
They launched partnerships with New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the people who run the subways and buses, and New Jersey’s own NJT, which get commuters into Manhattan and around the Garden State.
Over the last few years, my own commuting has been cut back, so I had less need for Transit.
But recently I’ve been making more trips into Manhattan and find myself forever having to download the latest NJT schedules.
I decided to try out Google Transit, letting it plot a plan of attack to get me from my house into New York City using our area’s public transportation system.Continue reading