Feb. 8 update: here is a list of fixes made so far to the new site.
After several months of testing and input from the public, the redesigned and updated metro.net launched on Tuesday. Our web team relied on feedback to improve the site design and functionality, making it easier for customers to access the information they want on the devices they use most.
•Metro’s Trip Planner has been rebuilt from the ground up and now provides more transit options and service alerts as part of the itinerary. Both scheduled and real-time arrivals for Metro are included, as well as service data from the 24 municipal transit agencies in Los Angeles County that accept TAP cards.
•More than 65 percent of customers access metro.net from a mobile device, so the website has been re-engineered to ensure trip planning requires fewer clicks while remaining readable on a small screen.
•More real-time data will be added to the website in coming months, including data on Metro Bike Share and parking availability at Metro lots.
Metro will also soon release version 4.0 of the Go Metro app, which will be available through the Apple Store and Google Play.
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