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Google Public Transit is Amazing

Oh Google, how you amuse me. This isn't much use in my tiny town, but for those big-city dwellers out there, your mass-transit life just got much easier. Just go to and type in your location and destination, and Google will tell you how to get to your location using mass transit. Google even works out walking times to bus stations and subway stops.

You'll get a brief overview of your trip, along with cute little arrows indicating where you have to walk to. Plus, Google will tell you exactly how much your trip will cost you for bus / subway fairs, compare that with how much it would cost to drive your own car at current gas prices!

If that's not cool enough, it'll even give you several different routes to choose from, including what time you should leave your house to get to the bus-stop on price of levitra time. MARVELOUS!

Now, if it was just available in more cities...we could really give Google a gold star.

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Old news for Paris mass transit users...
written by Noryungi, June 07, 2007
Check out the site of the purchase cialis in canada RATP (Paris MTA equivalent), for instance:
written by Elisha, June 07, 2007
I have been waiting for this feature! I don't own a car, have use for a car, or really want to be in a car. I live in a city with fairly decent public transportation (not as good as Portland - my years there were transport heavenly) and I'd rather have walk-, bike- and bus-friendly directions. Google Maps is listening. Thanks for sharing!
just pay big brother....
written by metis, June 19, 2007
nothing like letting largest advertiser in the world know where the tech savvy folks are going. most city transit sites have this info up already.
Old news too for those living in London.
written by sam, July 06, 2007
...or indeed those living in small villages in East Anglia.

European local government appears to have been a little ahead of levitra purchasing Google on this one.
What? no MBTA?
written by Eze, November 28, 2007
Its okay, real Bostonians can get there from here!

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