While waiting for a train at Ardmore station yesterday, I decided to check it out on SEPTA Stats to see just how late it was, and where it was. This is what I saw:
On the heels of yesterday’s post, I’ve introduced dashboards for train lines.
The dashboard will provide a snapshot of the current status of the line, namely the number of trains, average lateness, and how many trains are over 5 minutes late.
I’m pleased to announce that dashboards are now available on train views.
Prior to the introduction of the dashboard, it was difficult to tell if a train was running, what route it was on, and what station it was at. This new dashboard makes use of…
According to a press briefing Tuesday afternoon, SEPTA’s Market Frankford Line will add a…
This is the first entry in the blog for the SEPTA Stats website.
To give an idea what spawned this, we need to go back in time a few months. There was a train on SEPTA’s Regional Rail system that I took home every night, but it never seemed to be on time. What’s worse, is that…
At midnight on Oct. 31., thousands of SEPTA workers represented by the…
…and 2 new API endpionts, too. But more on those later.
I’m proud to say that there is now a dashboard for the entire Regional Rail system. It is present on both the front page and the “SEPTA System Stats” page:
Was checking out trains today, and Regional Rail Train #533 (http://www.septastats.com/train/533) looked interesting:
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