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MTA Testing New MYmta Commuting App Ahead of Release

2018-04-13 22:34
The Metropolitan Transport Agency (MTA) will launch the mobile application "MYmta." The app will allow commuters to see in real time the status of trains and elevator outages. as well as locate nearest stations and bus stops. The MTA asked two of its current employees to test out the app ahead of its launch. MTA spokesman Jon Weinstein says the app will be available to commuters within weeks. [[Michelle, New York Commuter]] All I know is about the bus right now. So I don’t know about any train apps yet. So yeah, that’d be good. Yeah, I think that’d be helpful Some commuters think the MTA should focus on improving current services before offering new ones. [[Gervine Terry, New York Commuter]] I have been stuck in Manhattan on the F for more than 45 minutes. The 7 is a problem most of the time in the morning. They have a lot of signal problems. We need a lot of repair. But they’re constantly working on it. But I can't see the results. NTD reporter Tingting O, Henry Yan reporting in New York