Saturday, March 24, 2012

Re: Metro QR Codes

To follow up on my last post, the QR codes on the Metro bus stop signs are now working. Scanning it with your smartphone's QR reader (there are my programs that do this, I use Google Goggles) provide a link to the corresponding bus route's timetable and map on the Metro website.

You can scan this code on your computer screen if you want to test it out from the comfort of your home. 


  1. They are going to start GPS tracking the buses too, so you know when you need to be on the curb. I keyed in on this too:
    and someone commented that it was going to be tracked real-time.

  2. Thanks for the comment, Scott! I heard from someone who attends the Metro board meetings that they will be utilizing the GPC technology (already installed on the buses, just needs to be made public) too. Great news! I have added your site to my blog list also.



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