Starting on Tuesday, Jan 8, the new digital control system will be implemented on the Metro Busses in Panama City.

It is hoped that this new tool will better the frequency of the busses by knowing their exact location with GPS.

The director of the Autoridad de Transito y Transporte Terrestre (ATTT), Roberto Moreno said that the new system will reduce the wait time of the users.


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4 Comments

  1. Yeah Yesterday I was waiting like an hour for the Tocumen Corredor sur in avenida balboa, an app with tracking would be awesome.

    Thanks for the web, it's really helpfull! (i've recently arrived to panama city, looking for a flat now)

  2. Yeah Yesterday I was waiting like an hour for the Tocumen Corredor sur in avenida balboa, an app with tracking would be awesome.

    Thanks for the web, it's really helpfull! (i've recently arrived to panama city, looking for a flat now)

  3. Joey Bonura Reply

    Hey Marc,

    It doesn't let users see the GPS location, just the people who work at Metrobus so they know where the busses are at all times. It would be awesome if they ever develop an app that would let users see the locations so they know how long the wait will be.

  4. Where can i see the gps location of metrobuses? i searched but no clue

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