New Digital Transit Information Signs at Courthouse Plaza!

June 21, 2012

Screen Shot of the Digital SignJune 21, 2012 -- Have you noticed the new real time Digital Transit Information Signs in the lobby of Courthouse Plaza?

Two new digital signs – one outside of Plaza Library and the other near the elevators – display real time transit information that applies specifically to each sign's location.

• The digital sign near the elevators displays information for Clarendon and Wayne.
• The digital sign near Plaza Library displays information for the flagpole stops.

These signs display real time transit arrivals – and service alerts – for ART, Metrobus, and Metrorail. Transit users can get relevant information without knowing in advance what transit services are available at that location, and you don't need a smart phone with transit apps installed. 

The signs previously displayed scheduled transit options – not real time.  Now the signs tell you exactly how many minutes until the next arrival of your bus or train!  Check out these signs for the latest news, weather, and time information too.


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