The fantastic coders over at Fix My Transport have been busily beavering away to deliver a new feature which is targeted at people who run Hyperlocal blogs.
Thanks to their work it is now possible to subscribe to an RSS feed for a particular route, such as the bus service that comes through your patch or an individual stop or station along the route or even the transport operator.
Tom Steinberg from My Society said
This was done to be of specific value to you crazy hyperlocal kids – I hope that some fall-in-yer-lap local stories come from the feeds in future.
To read more on how to set up the RSS feeds for your local stop or route head over to http://blog.fixmytransport.com/2012/04/19/subscribe-to-your-route/
Let us know how you get on with the RSS feeds and if you do get any stories from them.
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