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Leave Breadcrumbs and Tips on Getaway Day

Leave Breadcrumbs and Tips on Getaway Day

 It’s getaway day…so let’s give some extra help today Please leave “breadcrumbs” and tips this afternoon for fellow commuters as you travel through Penn, Grand Central, Port Authority, Hoboken, etc: How long is the wait for tickets? (at the machines? at the windows?) How crowded is the station? How crowded are the trains?Please use real benchmarks whereRead more about Leave Breadcrumbs and Tips on Getaway Day[…]

For commuters and the media – 29-September Hoboken Crash

For commuters and the media – 29-September Hoboken Crash

A special post related to this morning’s crash. We pray for those hurt and killed, and are committed to doing all we can to support the commuters we serve. If you are not yet familiar with Clever Commute, please learn more and get our free app. To the media: Clever Commute provides B2B services including aggregated datafeeds andRead more about For commuters and the media – 29-September Hoboken Crash[…]

Release Notes for 2.2.1

Release Notes for 2.2.1

New Features Social integration – Share via Twitter and other networks Overhauled snooze and Pause/Resume functinoality Improved the voting (ThumbsUp/ThumbsDown) functionality Give special emphasis to alerts from Clever Commute admin Expand the time window for MyTrains (More choices) Add a floating “compose” icon to quickly create for new alerts Automated cross-route sharing Bug Fixed: TheRead more about Release Notes for 2.2.1[…]

Release Notes for Vesion 2.1

Release Notes for Vesion 2.1

Fixed notification badge (desktop icon) for iOS Fixed “Departureboard” Name when changing from one provider to another Fixed Google Maps error New feature – Tweets are now hashtagged with transit provider name Improved admin tools for moderating inappropriate content Improved RSS feeds for business partners Other fixes/enhancements to support admin / monitoring

“It’s like Twitter for commuters, right?” Well, kind of…

“It’s like Twitter for commuters, right?” Well, kind of…

There are at least 4 very important differences between Clever Commute and Twitter: (1) We use a variety of technologies (keywords, semantics, patterns, user history, etc.) to ensure the alerts are actionable and appropriate content regarding the in-process commute. (2) We enrich each message with – the category of the problem – the impact onRead more about “It’s like Twitter for commuters, right?” Well, kind of…[…]

Winner, Winner!

Winner, Winner!

Congratulations!  If you are reading this, then you are likely someone who won a complimentary one-year Clever Commute Premium subscription. To redeem: If you have not already done so: – Download and install the free Clever Commute app (iOS or Android) – Set up your account Send us a note via the Contact feature of our webRead more about Winner, Winner![…]