Clever Commute is constantly enhancing its offering of transit metrics. Here is what we currently measure
- Which NJ Transit train is most CANCELED, DELAYED or set to STANDY BY?
- How far in advance is each train announced?
- What track has each train historically used?
And of course, there is the biggest question of all: On-time performance
When transit providers report on this, they use 3 industry-standard protocols...which the commuter should view as caveats
- If a train is reported within 6 minutes of scheduled time...then it is recorded as on time
- Monthly performance reflects all trains for the month (e.g., off-peak is blended with peak)
- Trains which are cancelled are omitted from the metrics
The Clever Commute solution: Forgo the above and provide full transparancy via data provided by our community of tech-enabled commuters. They use the app to capture datapoints such as:
|Morning Commute||Evening Commute|
The result: Objective, comprehensive and granular data on each trip: what happened?...and when did it happen?
|Morning Train Examples||NY Penn Arrival (Scheduled)||NY Penn Arrival (Actual)||Delta|
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|FYI - See this page for more information about the data capture process.|