The Washington Post (via BATN): "A recent Metro survey of 1,000 people who don't ride buses found that 30 percent want better information. 'Even if someone decided they want to take a bus, they can't,' Zimmerman said. 'It's a big secret, unless you're in the know.'" This is a huge requirement for public transit's continued viability. It's time to provide real-time information about the ETA of the next bus or train. I wonder if this imperative will be thwarted by security considerations as the world grows ever more dangerous?