*FIRST PLACE* Sleek interface culling together various SEPTA data sources into single native app.
*Second Place* Using the open-source technology behind Xbox Kinect, the tool allows users to motion-sensor scroll through SEPTA schedules.
*THIRD PLACE* Web app creates a distance-limited bounded box around a given location highlighting nearby mass transit options and routes.
Text message an intersection and a bus route line (i.e. Frankford and Berks #3) to 215-987-5416 and receive the nearest bus stop and upcoming bus times.
A dashboard of upcoming schedules for frequent trips, including the development of a related API.
An extension of the wide-ranging SEPTA.mobi platform.
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*FIRST PLACE* Find nearest public trasportation routes through a simple on a map.
*SECOND PLACE* Taking advantage of Foursquare’s Apps Platform, this tool allows SEPTA riders to see transit schedules as soon as they check-in to a train station with FourSquare.
*THIRD PLACE*This tool will allow the real-time simulation of transit schedules, allowing someone to adjust train and bus schedules and see how it affects the flow of traffic.
This app conceptualized a new mobile experience for SEPTA schedules.
SEPTAlert sends automatic text messages warning about delays to users that are subscribed to particular bus and train routes.
Chief Data Officer and hackathon judge Mark Headd showed off his on-going SEPTA voice project, which allows callers to check-in on train schedules via phone.
This project introduced a QR-code based advertising and billboard system that would associate bus and train stops with QR codes to make it easy to find information about schedules and real-time delays.
A useful tool that allows users to find all of the locations that sell SEPTA tokens, stripping information from the SEPTA website.
A tool that would allow riders to coordinate with those who might be picking them up at train stations.
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