MTA is Testing a Commuting App
The MTA is starting tests on its new app ahead of the public launch that is supposed to happen in the coming weeks.
The app is called “MYmta,” and it will feature trip planning and real-time information for services. It will also let commuters know about accidents and reasons why other delays are happening.
The app is supposed to be available to commuters in the next few weeks. This information comes from MTA spokesman Jon Weinstein. The app is meant to replace the current MTA apps and to be more effective and accurate.
When living in New York, using the MTA is a regular part of getting around for most people. This means that accidents do happen sometimes.
Have you been injured in an accident involving the MTA? If so, and the accident caused you to sustain serious injuries, you could receive financial compensation for the damages. To do so, you will need to file a personal injury claim, and you will also need to prove that the accident was caused by the negligent or reckless actions of the MTA or another individual. A personal injury lawyer who is experienced with these kinds of cases can help you. Contact Frekhtman & Associates today at (212) 222-1111 for help with your claim.
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