New Boston Bus Service Uses Commuter Data To Promise Faster Ride To Work

June 2, 2014 9:00 AM
New Boston Bus Service Uses Commuter Data To Promise Faster Ride To Work
" BOSTON (CBS) – There’s a new way to get to work in and around Boston starting Monday.

It’s a data-driven bus service called Bridj.

Bridj crunches commuter data to determine its routes along with information from its riders. They claim this combination will cut down on commuting times by using more direct routes that are in high demand.


Bridj uses wi-fi enabled coach buses that seat 54 passengers. They are starting with just two bus routes "

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