Someone mailed me these links: My bus shows when the next buses coming to your station will arrive, and how late/on time they are. This is the SMS (text message) version of the above.

Google Transit (the updated version communicates with Google Earth)

Public Routes a nice tool that lets you find bus routes to and from your location.

Do you have any more bus links? Post them in the comments and we’ll create a comprehensive collection.

7 Replies to “Bus Links!”

  1. Cool blog, i just randomly surfed in, but it sure was worth my time, will be back

    Deep Regards from the other side of the Moon

    Biby Cletus

  2. I would just like to say, completely off topic of course but Sound Transit for the 9th year in a row recieved a clean bill of financial health. Since the Seattle Times is so anti-transit you won’t find that article today, however by using the ST link on this blog you can get the info there. Where are the good journalists when our transit agencies do something good? Hmmm…
    Reporting live from South Lake Union…

  3. News in Seattle is very weird. They like sensationalism here, that’s why only negative stories get printed.

    Sound Transit is a very well run organization by government (and esp. western Washington) Standards, but you almost only hear the bad press.

  4. the Metro tracker is basically using the same info as However, the metro info isn’t as graphically pleasing since it’s surrounded by the regular metro layout.

    in addition to the regular mybus layout and the sms version, remember that there’s also a palm version, which works well with many mobile devices.

    then there are the whole tripplanning sites and ones that provide a different interface over the metro on. such as

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